Chickens would be good, too. Just want to make sure we have some kind of side items instead only 17 different kinds of meat.
Just Jeff - cider to heat over the fire
Joker - cider
food - tamales
Sevens - stew and cigars
LittleSevens - stew
Genuine Draft - Cannibal
Cannibal - chili
freefall - firewood
KnittingMelissa - hot dogs and buns
aceracer and Phil
Dana and Wendy from AARN
Ok - you've talked me into it. :) Doubtful Windy will go. BUT - Windy is an incredible baker, so I could probably get her to make some cinnamon rolls or some kind of dessert, then she's there in spirit!
Originally Posted by Cannibal
Cannibal/warbonnetguy - I know you offered some gear yesterday, and yes I've never hung/hanged before, so if anyone has some gear for me to try out, I would be very thankful. I could just bring my tent and bag too which is no biggie, except you hangers will then laugh at me.........
Good to hear DanaMac! :cool:
no problem, i'm gonna bring some extra stuff, i'm sure cannibal and jeff will too
Thanks guys. Good to hear. And good to meet you all yesterday. I hope we can get one of the packs to fit Genuine Draft.
So it sounds like more of a have a campfire, bring your comfortable gear, have a few beers, dance naked around the fire, kind of campout. With a some hiking, snowshoeing during the day? Not so much a 2 day hike, correct?
Other than the dancing nakid in below freezing temps thing, then yeah. :D
Full moon, the hiking, snowshoeing, skiing can be at night.
Originally Posted by DanaMac
Will anyone have dogs at the hang? We aren't sure yet what we are going to do with ours - if we make it an overnighter and don't stay too late on day 2, they can stay at home, but we might want to bring them. We could bring a secondary 2-man tent and ground insulation to keep them warm, or try to fit three medium sized dogs in our two hammocks with us... all that assuming dogs are welcome.
Any thoughts on how much snow to expect on the ground? If its measured in feet instead of inches, our short-legged corgis might not have such a fun time :p
We've had a bit of snow out here the past week and another mild storm coming late in the week. Based on that, your corgi might need a periscope to see where it's going. :lol:
Can't speak for anybody else, but Genuine Draft and I love dogs and would welcome furry critters. Our Olde Bulldogge hates camping regardless of the season, so Grandpa is watching her that weekend.
This is absolutely killing me!! Brand new Clark hammock, brand new KAQ New River UQ, tons of "stuff" to bring, the chance to get some expert "learnin", meet some of the Colorado Hangers, and I can't make it!!! Please take lots of pictures, I'll be anxiously waiting for the trip report