That is sick!!! Great one Paul!
Thanks y'all! It was an epic adventure only to end with significant disappointment. I know I'll get over it but it's still painful...
Wow. Sorry I missed this JP. Truly amazing. Well done.
Love it, JP. First time I've seen your pics... #nofilter :)
Thanks T no worries, glad you dig it, freaking amazing venture for sure...
John Danese haha you sick yet? Not me those are some clean streams...You're one strong and badass partner, thanks for going along, never got tired of spending time on the trail with you man, big time respect!
Damn! I missed it! BADASS!! Awesome effort, jp! One hell of a project you tackled and I’m guessing it won’t be your last attempt.
So much respect (and envy) for what you did.
Keep on inspiring!!
That's great water. No pukies or poopies here, Buddy. We don't need no stinking filters! Well, at least for smartly chosen mountain streams and springs :)
Thanks Glenn Ohler, you're such an awesome positive guy, I just can't get over this thing. What a beast of a line still really thought we had it. You make a good point about trying it again, seems like a lot of finishers make a couple of attempts before nailing it, my confidence will need to be adjusted and my quads pounded into submission though...
John Danese haha man love the confidence and feel the same way. Those few spots you showed me (Miss, Oxford, Elbert, Yale, etc...) are gems and based on experience very reliable. If you haven't read Ethan Linck 's article in Slate check it out here >>https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.slate.com/technology/2018/02/filtering-stream-water-or-fresh-water-is-medically-unnecessary.html
Thanks Rami Ghandour much appreciated!