So, what did you do this weekend? ....THE PILGRIMAGE CAMPOUT pt.1

Just started downloading all the photos from this weekend's extremely awesome, yeah, you missed it, DIY campout... THE PILGRIMAGE CAMPOUT!! 

More pictures coming all week long. Cheers!!

This guy! And the guy in the background did a 100% solid job of putting this thing together!!! 

Congratulations Ben & Gabe!

October 20th 2018

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