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Tazz
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 3:01 pm 
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Who has children here? I know many do so lets see the next generation of hikers/backpackers/scramblers/climbers.  I always bring tigger on trips for a reminder of what I have at home.

You all have seen lots of pics so here is a quick video of Josh in action.
He chose the song.
"Its my favorite" He says... smile.gifJosh man

(ppppssstttt ....yes I am bored)
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Solo Steve
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 4:06 pm 
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My terribly shy and introspective girls:

Carkeek Park
Carkeek Park
Point Defiance
Point Defiance
Rainbow Falls SP
Rainbow Falls SP
Longmire MRNP
Longmire MRNP
Mt. St. Helens
Mt. St. Helens
Silver Falls Trail MRNP
Silver Falls Trail MRNP
Mt. St. Helens (with apologies to Canyonwren)
Mt. St. Helens (with apologies to Canyonwren)
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sarbar
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 4:30 pm 
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Just Ford!
He is my hiking buddy smile.gif

At 4:

At 6:

At 7:

At 8:

Yeah, I do chest beat. I  wub.gif him!

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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 4:46 pm 
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This years trips so far.

Looking up at Mommy.
Looking up at Mommy.
ascending the summit ridge
ascending the summit ridge
playing in the snow at Hood
playing in the snow at Hood
"How do I cross this? Can I do it ? Yes I can! "
"How do I cross this? Can I do it ? Yes I can! "
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Hiker Boy
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 4:53 pm 
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You know not what you've done!   eek.gif

Here's a couple of mine

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lakeann2005 022
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lakeann2005 020

A few winter ones

36237
36237
seymour 001
seymour 001

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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 4:56 pm 
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My little angels. Neither one of them claims to enjoy hiking but they'll sometimes go anyway.

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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 5:21 pm 
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Sarbar said:

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"Yeah, I do chest beat. I  wub.gif   him!"

That is what this thread is for.  smile.gif

Folks, .... great to see so many shots of them all hiking, camping, and backpacking!    up.gif
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 7:26 pm 
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Putz-in-Boots wrote:
I hope nieces and nephews count!

Heck yeah they count! Here's my niece, Laura. Total ham who loves to pose.

Lillian Ridge
Lillian Ridge
Rialto
Rialto
Rialto 2
Rialto 2
Rilato 3 (card cheat)
Rilato 3 (card cheat)
Rialto 009
Rialto 009
Salt Creek
Salt Creek
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 7:50 pm 
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I know what you mean. My family lives in Chicago, so, at best, it's a once-a-year visit.

Quick story about Laura. She's a pop culture mall rat. Knows the latest styles and music trends and wouldn't be caught dead in Wal*Mart. I took her out to Obstruction Point with the intention of finding a lake to name for her (did I mention she has no self-image problems?). After spurning two tarns she finally settles on a lake about 1.5 miles from the trailhead. This is preceded by rock scrambling and  some elevation gain - pretty decent hike for a city girl. While filling her water bottle at the lake she incurs a dirt smudge on her shirt and declares we must return home to change. I said no problem and promptly dumped a handful of snow down her back and tossed a gob of mud on her precious shirt.
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wildernessed
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:11 pm 
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Hannah at 6 her first peakbag, 14.8 miles, 3k'-4k' and we have drug her around the country for years. Did quite a few peakbags with me this year, and now she doesn't (at 14 y/o) even break a sweat on most trips. I used up my flickr pic quota so if you here something, but you see nothing, it may have been her passing by. We've been on some great backpacks as well. She's the bomb. Aaron her younger brother by 2 years has gone through this hazing and although he climbs like a monkey, he isn't in to the hiking as much, YET . hockeygrin.gif  up.gif  up.gif
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:17 pm 
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SJ, that Lillian Ridge pic is just to much. Hannah and I did The Grand Valley Loop when we were out here in 2000 or 2001, when we still lived back in Ohio. It was a very persuasive experience in getting us out here. winksmile.gif
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Solo Steve
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:22 pm 
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Putz-in-Boots wrote:
Abby, my niece, sent me a letter prior to the entire clan heading out here this summer. She wrote that we "can't forget the hikking". Precious. The kids had a real blast out here. I just wished they lived closer so I could see them more often.

I remember your thread asking for suggestions on where to take them -- where did you go, and how did they like it?
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:37 pm 
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My motto for hiking with the kids is 'slowly but surely'.

Here are a few pics from the last few years...

Sauk 2003
Sauk 2003
Heather Meadows 2003
Heather Meadows 2003
Sauk Mtn 2005
Sauk Mtn 2005
Big Rock Park 2005
Big Rock Park 2005
Ebeys Landing 2006
Ebeys Landing 2006

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moosefish
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:40 pm 
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Clara Ruby, 3.5 yrs, named for the Ruby River in Montana:

Lillian Ava, 1.5 yrs, named for Lake Lillian by Snoqualmie Pass:

Lipsy Lake/Otter Falls:

Chilling

Yesterday cheering for Mommy who's doing the 3-Day (Yes, I did the hair all by myself shakehead.gif):

And to further reinforce my mad parenting skills I offer this portrait of Lillian after a header into the table:

(Clara's gallery, Lilly's gallery)
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shiznit75
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PostSat Aug 26, 2006 8:43 pm 
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I can't wait until my kiddy is born. I was rasied on the trails, lakes and rivers in washington and califorina. This child will be too! This is an awesome thread. Makes me wanna hike even more! smile.gif
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