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    Seven Peaks in Six Minutes (Twins-Galehead-Bonds-Zealand with Sage) 8/13-18/2011

    I'm experimenting with video and AudioSwap. Here's our trip report for Sage's five day, seven 4K hiking adventure. It's a video montage with a soundtrack -- crank up the volume if you like dance/techno, mute it if you don't.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ANwL1CuoDk
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    Nice!!!!!!!

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    Hey Trish, great job on the video. And thanks for the warning about the music....the mute stayed on . I love looking at trip pictures, but videos really take it up a level...puts you right there. I would like to make more hiking videos, but I usually hike alone...and the only thing worse than the arm length self-photo is the arm-length self-video ("...and this is me on Bondcliff...riiiiiiight here..." (insert jumpy nausea-inducing panning video here) ).

    Certainly helps to have two energetic photogenic little girls with you. Great job; keep them coming.
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    Your girls are really impressive hikers. Good genes I guess. Probably a lot more.
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    Quite impressive! I love the pic of Sage on one of the summits in a Rocky-like pose with the wind in her hair!

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    Great job Trish!

    Definately a good time
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    ditto on what Beth said..the shot of Sage on South Twin in the wind is excellent..what a fun way to chronicle a trip..nice job
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    Great video Trish. Wow, Sage only has 10 more to go. Impressive!

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    Trish,
    You and Sage sure packed a lot in 6 minutes of video. Really enjoyed it. You get the "real feel" for the hike with a video. Keep up the great work.

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    Last edited by Jimmy Legs and Little D; 08-22-2011 at 03:03 PM.

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    Thanks for the supportive comments, folks! I enjoy doing the videos. Takes a lot less time than posting all the usual photos to my blog.

    Petch, Sage now has only 8 to go -- we just knocked off Field and Willey. Took the long approach -- Field/Willey traverse, then the 3 mile walk along 302 to get back to Crawford Depot. We had a good time, felt like autumn out there.
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    Nice job! :thumbup:

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