my "kitchen" is packed, still have to go thru the pack (altho it wasnt unpacked from the last trip...oops)
going to have an extra hammock/tarp setup just in case. no extra quilts tho.
Give a man fire and he's warm for the night.
Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life. Dante
If you have any interest in geocaching there are a lot of them at Sesqui...one called sesqui in fact.
Looks like it will be cold but not freezing
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I have never been to this park. Once you go in, where is the site?
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[QUOTE=TheNumberSix;919556]If you have any interest in geocaching there are a lot of them at Sesqui...one called sesqui in fact.
Some of us went geocaching when we were there in October. I think we found 7, but there are many more. I am bringing an ammo box so we can place one near the camp area.
I am SO ready for this weekend. I'm not packed yet, but that's because I'll be hanging outside tonight. You know, one has to recheck that their gear will keep them warm enough on a cold night. Right?
Kitchen and vittals prepped and ready for roll. Need to take down the shelter and bag it up. Gear is goin' in the car Thursday afternoon. Meetin' MB south of I-26 on I-95 at 9 am Friday. I'm startin' ta feel it ya'll!
i just keep staring at my gear
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Mostly packed. I'll probably grab a few more things before I head out. I don't know about you guys but I'm surrounded by people who are sick or are getting sick. I'm going to be so bummed if I get sick in the next few days.
Life looks better from a BIAS hammock.