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    What did you get for Christmas?!?!

    I was good this year (don't ask around- simply take my word) and received the following;

    XC525 Promaster Tripod
    Sirui Fluid Head (for glassing/filming)
    Thermocell RM450 Armored Repeller
    Mojo Critter 2
    Black Diamond Storm (I always carry 2 headlamps while in the backcountry and this year 1 quit working early in the hunt after 5 years of use- hence the reason to carry 2)

    So what goodies did you get?

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    My wife and I don't do a lot of Christmas gifts for each other. I wanted the autobiography of Teddy Roosevelt to round out my book collection on him. Got it. My wife and I went out for Christmas Eve dinner at an upscale eatery in Durango and had a wonderful evening. That's about it.
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    "My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
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    Sorta in the vein of 'CC, I'm taking my wife out to lunch today sans kids, (a rarity for us!) to our favorite Italian restaurant back home here in PA; where we used to go when we dated 26 yrs ago. We try to go whenever we are home and grandma & pap-pap can watch the kids.

    That being said, there are surprises: my wife got me a very modest silver chain with a religious emblem to wear; very sweet and unexpected. I got her a box of her favorite chocolates from Aldis.

    On the hunting front, I'll be buying a can or two of slightly faster powders to try for reloading my pesky .280, with a lil bit of my

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    Lone Wolf Assault Hand Climber Combo

    I put a nice set of backpack straps on it from a pack frame I had lying around.

    Finally...a fast, Lightweight, quiet, and safe climber. Climbed several different trees with it yesterday to test it out.
    Setup time is so much quicker and easier with this stand. I can go from having it on my back to being up in the tree (~25 feet up) and secured in less than 5 minutes. Cut a couple minutes off of my normal time with the other model.

    Much lighter than the "Wide" flip top sit and climb I have been using for the past several years. It was just too big and heavy for my liking. I think I will sell it off now that I have this new one.
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    Lumps of coal.....again.

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    So that's a good thing?! That probably comes in handy up there!

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    2 person ladder stands. Kids are hunting more and more with me and I can only do so much ground blind hunting! Time to upgrade my stands to have more options with the kids!

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    Sounds like a great gift W2H!

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    Ordered things myself to make sure I got what I wanted. But wife agreed rather than surprise me with something I didn't really want.
    Sitka kelvin prima loft jacket.
    Sitka cloudburst jacket.
    About 60% off so did good.
    Few other assorted things from the kids.
    New watch
    Sea to summit collapsible wash basin. Interesting thing I never thought of but packs up really small

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    New set of gaiters and a Lg. Pack of Thermal Hunting Socks.

 

 
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