Member Trip report

Building a man cave in the snowbank


Trip Report/Photos from BillyB1976

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I know this might be a stretch for a trip report, but who says you can't have fun in your own dooryard. Does anyone outside of Maine say dooryard?  LOL  And, I am doing an outdoors activity.  Who says everything on this site has to be hiking related?

It hit 50 degrees here today, and the kid in me wanted to make a snow tunnel, or as I like to call it a "man cave".  :)

It took me a little over 1 hour to make the man cave, and I was soaked to the bone.  I sure needed to take a shower after this.

If anyone feels this doesn't qualify as a trip report, I'm willing to accept any and all criticism.  Anyone is welcome to come check out my man cave, if they are crazy enough to drive to far northern Maine.  LOL

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BillyB1976 Posted Dec 23, 2018 at 6:59 AM

Thank you Jody B. 50 was a heatwave. LOL

BillyB1976 Posted Dec 22, 2018 at 3:43 PM

Thank you Zak for the comment.

zak Posted Dec 22, 2018 at 2:59 PM

Yo Cave Dweller! You are a true Maine(iac) and I, for one, value guys like you enormously. This IS a trip report...imaginative and a hike into Holiday Cheer. Thanks for invitation to visit...If you hear sleigh bells, it might be me...or you know The Big Guy who delivers gifts. I'm texting him that you deserve whatever you are wishing for !!! Salut, Le SnowDog of the North

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