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    Great pics guys, thanks for sharing!
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    Can I use a few of these pictures on our Facebook page?

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    Here are a couple from a hunt were I took an elk in Wyoming, Area 7 . Pardon the fashion statement on the pants & gaitors. Click image for larger version. 

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    Mtnguide, Thanks.

    I'm a fan of the Decker since that is what I learned to pack on as well in North Idaho and Eastern Oregon. I had a good Teacher.

    I can make due with the Sawbucks. It wasn't until I started using them that I learned the Box hitch. I 'll look to find some others as well.

    Whenever I see a packstring picture in the Magazines or on TV I always try to look and see how they have the horses packed.

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    My 70 year old dad brought the saddle horses when I tagged out on opening Day 2011.

    Packing out we had a storm blow in. That was a COLD ride.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    Can I use a few of these pictures on our Facebook page?
    not a problem for me

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    packing is one of the things in life that just makes you feel free...as long as your mules don't get to acting up every 50 yards

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    First picture reminds me of going up Deer Creek to Deer creek pass on the way to Thorofare in Wy. I've done close to 30 trips like these, some of the pictures sure remind me of the High Sierras along the Muir trail in Calif. Did one to the Ansel Adams Wilderness in the Sierras last September. I was 71 at the time and it was still great!
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    2013 pack trip. Deer hunting
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    It looks like it could get to be slick footing in those last photos !

 

 

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