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dave
Having some r&r in the mountains
Elk hunt camp Click image for larger version - Name: 1130180806.jpg, Views: 351, Size: 4.57 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1130180759.jpg, Views: 347, Size: 3.52 MB
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JimL
Great picture!  What a quiet peaceful looking place.

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BSAGuy
Very neat, Dave.  Hope you got lots of firewood.
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Mister Wilson
Very cool.  I'm guessing firewood is under the blue tarp.
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1hpycmpr
Sweet looking camp! Thanks for sharing and making me jealous!
Mark
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mgmlvks
NICE!  I enjoyed visiting the Elk camps of others while living in Winslow in mid 1980's.  Brings back memories!
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dave
Still snowing but slowing down now got some wood but leaving sunday. Always a joy to get out Click image for larger version - Name: 1130180722.jpg, Views: 341, Size: 3.85 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1130180711.jpg, Views: 343, Size: 4.15 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1129181913.jpg, Views: 346, Size: 4.38 MB
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mgmlvks
My first Elk Hunt was in Eastern Oregon in 1978.  A year or two later - the road into the remote area was snowed in big-time.  The news media was there with the Sheriffs Office as they got on the snowmobiles to go "rescue" people.  At some point in the story - a breathless reported asks an Elk Camp person about how excited they were about being rescued.  The response (as I recall) was memorable to this day  - "Rescue - H*ll - we are prepared for this - now leave us alone so we can go hunting".  If he was from our group (and he may have been) - they were about three miles in, and there was about three feet of new snow!

And - not me - Elk Camp in color slides I have found (Eastern or Central Oregon)

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Gasman64
That looks really neat; I've never tried that, never had the chance.
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Mister Bisley
Looks like a good time to me!
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LakeGeorge
Awesome! Wish I was there! 
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ZRE2009
Looks like a great place to spend your down time while hunting. I'm sure its nice a quiet there. 
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dave
Mister Wilson wrote:
Very cool.  I'm guessing firewood is under the blue tarp.


That was a polaris ranger under the blue tarp, had enough firewood for a week, lows got down to 3 degrees but the tent was warm
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dave
More people still out there hunting, i did not have a tag so i came home now
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staylit
That looks awesome....where was it? I always wanted to camp in a big wall tent.
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dave
staylit wrote:
That looks awesome....where was it? I always wanted to camp in a big wall tent.


30 miles outside of flagstaff arizona
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Loganeffecto
dave wrote:


That was a polaris ranger under the blue tarp, had enough firewood for a week, lows got down to 3 degrees but the tent was warm
I'm curious how warm the stove gets the place? Looks like a great time.
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dave
Loganeffecto wrote:
I'm curious how warm the stove gets the place? Looks like a great time.


That woodstove will have that tent hot if you want, the others with big rv's there would come over to warm up during the day
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Hoffy1039
Lovin that picture of your camp, lots of personal memories of similar times!

Our Elk camp was set up near Diamond lake ( Oregon ), before the wall tent, it was more survival, after the wall tent, it was pleasurable hunting! We referred to the inside temp as " Yuma Hot"! Until regulated, spent much more time outdoors in the transition area
( Bar-room ).

After I retired, was able to spend 4-6 weeks camped out up there ( with the occasional  2 hour run to town for re-supply ) What a life!
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