BWCA Angleworm Trail Solo Zen Trip Posted on May 31, 2019 Angleworm BWCA chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property SOLO trail travel travel vlog Trip vacation zen 31 thoughts on “BWCA Angleworm Trail Solo Zen Trip” Nothing like a solo trip to recharge the old batteries. It is a gorgeous area. Looks like a good spot to do some fishing. Good to see you out enjoying yourself Shug.Reply Flip flops and socks! Nice…I wear Keen Aruba II sandals . Great for the campsite mainly because of the arch support and toe protection!Check them out Shug! Matt from NC!Reply It was 99 degrees in Savannah,GA today. Don’t need a 20 quilt.Reply 13:18: “Lookit that log”.If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard that while camping….Reply 43 and rainy sounds like heaven – been 100 degrees already here in SCReply I wish I had a sip of the THAI TEA, a chunk of that LUNCH and a look on that loon at 14:16! This bird has some energy to burn! Whoooooo buddy!Reply A little Dust In The Wind ukulele serenade while watching a Loon lap the lake from the most beautiful camp spot I’ve ever seen. Thank you that’s what it’s all about.Reply Awesome video Shug. Good to see you out on the trail but it's not fair that you aren't getting to enjoy the hordes of blackflies that have been consuming everyone in my neck of the woods.Reply That tea looks like the water I once found in an old rusty Folgers can that must have been sitting in the woods for 20 years. 😁Reply At 9:54, talking about the permit. How many weeks before hitting the trail do you apply to get it?Reply Great trip! Nice to see you out enjoying the zen of nature! Nasmaste…Reply Great video Shug ,Nice to see you back on the trail . Just ordered myself a new diamond back quilt with the collar and elastic back option in Bushwack camo. Got on sale this past memorial day sale. Wish I would of seen this video before. Took me a while to decide on the optionsThanks againReply Hahaha at 4:06, I love the fact that you resisted the urge to juggle the moose poop about what… 10 seconds? HeheheReply At 3:34, is it always the same bear dam you use to cross (in winter with the brothers, etc)?Reply Currently my local river drainage is at 648% of average snow pack. Might be a few days before I join you in the great outdoors. I miss Bean.Reply Loved the views of the nature at 2:40Reply Little Bean stole my heart too! So cute at 1:40 😀Reply Really? Somebody hit the Thumbs Down button on this video? Really?!?Reply Thanks Shug🙂Reply Put a control line on that loon!!!!!Reply Welcome back, Shug! I heard they opened up the BWCA to mining operations recently. Truly disgusting. I hope the waters there don’t become poisoned. So much risk for a buck. Sad. Great to see you out again!Reply Made my day thank shugReply Shug my friend! Would love to see you on the History Channel’s show “Alone”. You’d be a top contender for the win and would bring a little humor to some tough conditions.Reply God I needed this video. Your zaniness, Shug, combined with the beauty of Whiskey Jack lake. Man, the perfect combination. Glad you made the jaunt.Reply 4 a.m out in the bush , fog covered lake , and a BIG splash . Absolutely , 100% , beyond any reasonable doubt ,a Squatch !! They do that so nobody can see em 😀 I like the shorts . So the Maple King writes to people while in the wild , or leaves notes for critters ? Nice 2 C U out again .. BGReply Too many products and not enough nature.Reply Oh! Glorious day! His majesty The King of lollygag is back in the piney wood! All hail the Shug!Reply Been watching a few A.T. thru hikers this season but they don't compare to one of your video's.Reply Great to see ya out again. Love the Angleworm TrailReply This is like early days with you but in hi DEF. Nice videography, great narration. You got me inspired again I got to get back out.Reply Warbonnet, the best of any hammock gear available.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.