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    Quote Originally Posted by salmonofdoubt View Post
    Most of the rain should be in the afternoons/evenings, so we should be OK for paddling Sat. morning.
    Thats what I'm talking about!



    Quote Originally Posted by fulminated View Post
    It rained in hot springs. I still had a great time.

    This should prove no different. I'll be leaving bright and early tomorrow morning around 6am. See you folks there.
    I still have your pad! Lets see if I can remember to bring it to you this time!

    See you there!
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    I've got a few things to take care of tomorrow morning, but I should be there sometime in the early afternoon, hopefully before the rain blows in.

    Other than a few people who will be going paddling, are there any other group things happening?
    A free canoe is better than no canoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmonofdoubt View Post
    I've got a few things to take care of tomorrow morning, but I should be there sometime in the early afternoon, hopefully before the rain blows in.

    Other than a few people who will be going paddling, are there any other group things happening?
    Group naptime around 2 or 3 in the afternoon.

    I've hurt my neck since getting home. I'm still coming, but I probably won't be cutting up any wood or doing any hiking or paddling.

    Which brings to mind something. If anyone could, please bring a small plastic tarp to cover the firewood with, just in case we get a gully washer. Keeping the fire going in a hard rain is easier when the wood is dry
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    Still feeling under the weather. Afraid I'm gonna miss this one

    May do Lake Murray again in a couple of weeks. I'll post to see if anyone else can make it. Look forward to meeting you all.

    Redbank

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    Just us?

    Quote Originally Posted by salmonofdoubt View Post
    Other than a few people who will be going paddling, are there any other group things happening?
    I don't even think there is going to be a few people. Looks like it's just going to be you and me.

    What kind of Kayak do you have? I have the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 140w/rudder.

    It is a little long for the creek, but I'll make it work!


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    For sure!

    Quote Originally Posted by redbank View Post
    May do Lake Murray again in a couple of weeks.
    Redbank
    I'm always down for some Lake Murray! Hit me up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricegravy View Post
    I don't even think there is going to be a few people. Looks like it's just going to be you and me.

    What kind of Kayak do you have? I have the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 140w/rudder.

    It is a little long for the creek, but I'll make it work!


    -Sir Rice, the sloth
    If 14' is a little long then my 17 1/2' Grumman Canoe is gonna get stuck somewhere...

    I probably won't be cutting up any wood or doing any hiking or paddling.

    Which brings to mind something. If anyone could, please bring a small plastic tarp to cover the firewood with, just in case we get a gully washer.
    I'll bring my splitting maul for and a tarp for the wood, some of the stuff I'm bringing will need to be split as well and I don't mind taking care of any other logs while I'm at it.

    Once I get some float bags for my Canoe I'd love to go camping out on the lake if I can tag along.
    A free canoe is better than no canoe.

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    Now you guys are making me feel like going even if I get soaked.
    Unfortunately, I already told my son's football coach that he will be at the game on Saturday.
    He's a wide receiver and safety, so the team needs him pretty bad.
    Don't let up until you hear cartilage snap, or they crap in their pants. Sal Bandini

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    Well the hang was a success, and there was so much sunshine I almost forgot what rain was, and as a matter of fact, it STILL hasn't rained!! I'll put up some pics later, maybe.
    Relax, monsters under the hammock are easily distracted by twister-playing squirrels.

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    What a horrible, horrible weekend. Here I was hoping for rain and lightning and napping in my hammock...all I got was temps in the 90's and bright sunshine!
    I have heard your confession I know who you blame
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