I'll be arriving at the campsite sometime in the early Friday afternoon and setting up camp. I'll have a manikin in the car at the trail head, but we'll wait until Sunday to do the skills for those doing CPR when everyone will be together at the same time. I expect that we'll be breaking camp around noon to give everyone time to journey back to their homes.
I'll plan on starting class officially after dinner, which will consist of sitting around a fire and discussing some intro to the topic and getting an idea of everyone's level of experience with the topic. We'll leave the heavy hitting for Saturday. I expect that everyone should be at camp by around 8PM, but feel free to come earlier and let me know if you're going to arrive later than that.
Don't forget you are responsible for your own food and camping gear just like a normal hang.
Don't forget your books.
If you are just now reading this thread and want to participate, there are spots still open. If it's too late to register online, bring cash or a check to the hang and we'll sort the paperwork out later. Also, its free to just join us for the weekend, but we might ask you to volunteer to be a wounded hiker or something, so come at your own risk.