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jrd22
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Re: Project: STAY WARM

My son told me to put a hand inside your clothes, hood, etc down below the back of your neck to warm up my fingers while hunting this year. He skies in Montana and it's the only way he's found to keep his fingers warm while going up the lifts. Works like a champ, a lot of heat funnels up from the lower back. Do one side then the other, then the other hand.

Oh, and I think they were were going around the other way this year, heading south first, at least that's what one of the racers told me. Lot's of the boats stay here at Blakely Is marina the night before the race because the start is at Lydia Shoal just off the north end of the island.

John
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