Thanks so much, Brady! Honestly! Glad you enjoyed that. It's like commercial fishing... I'm glad I can look back on the experience in a find way because in reality, it can kinda $uc&.Wow, you have your work positioning down to a science; impressive to watch. Great video overall too. The snow adds a nice touch for the viewing. And I know that's ALL it adds, lol, working in the cold and snow makes everything harder. Wet gloves, mechanical malfunction, strength reduction on certain pieces of equipment. Just thought I should mention for the sake of all the warm weather dwellers enamored by the beauty of the snow in the video.
Tuebor, thanks for posting. It does not exist anywhere else (to my knowledge) but on an external hard drive of mine. Perhaps I can dig into changing the music and reposting on YouTube.Just tried to view this video again today... but it's been blocked due to the music
Does it exist anywhere else besides YouTube?
Copyright content is blocked any chance you can reupload via tree buzz ?Here's a peek at the winter we've been having up here in New England. The weather has made for some difficulties, but also some fun. I hope you enjoy this vid featuring the Mini Bone Lanyard Adjuster in action. It performs quite well with 10mm lines in DdRT mode and SRT mode.
This was also posted on page 130 of the Compact Bull Dog Bone thread, located in the Stationary Rope Technique forum. There will likely be some discussion about the device there. Just posting here for kicks. Cheers!