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    It is the 9th-11th. July 17-19 was last years. I hope jcksparow doesn't mind I updated the sheet.
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    Something came up.. sorry to have to miss this!

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    Hello,
    I would like to try out this hang. This will be my first in a group. Regarding food, are meals bring your own food for the most part. Also, if bringing something to share, what goes? Any ideas?
    I saw k5bpc offer on breakfast Thank you. TIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petry View Post
    Hello,
    I would like to try out this hang. This will be my first in a group. Regarding food, are meals bring your own food for the most part. Also, if bringing something to share, what goes? Any ideas?
    I saw k5bpc offer on breakfast Thank you. TIA.
    Meals are mostly fend-for-yourself affairs, but it's certainly not frowned upon to bring something to share with the group. In the past, we've used our dutch oven to make chili mac, pierogi casserole, stews, etc. Pie irons are usually a big hit. Bacon never goes to waste.
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    My wife and I will be coming down on Thursday. This is her 1st hang, so I will bring lots of hammocking kit for her to try. Do people bring dogs? I know-I know, but my dog is the best dog ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntfd60 View Post
    My wife and I will be coming down on Thursday. This is her 1st hang, so I will bring lots of hammocking kit for her to try. Do people bring dogs? I know-I know, but my dog is the best dog ever.
    It's been my experience that dogs are welcome at hangs generally, but check the park's regulations to be sure.

    I love dogs and think they definitely belong at a hang, but that's just my opinion, and we all know what those are worth ...

    Only reason I don't bring mine is she's still super skittish and I haven't gotten her accustomed to camping yet, let alone camping in groups.
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    Dogs are certainly welcome. This is technically considered dispersed camping on national forest land, so there's no regulations to worry about.
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    PA > Allegheny National Forest > Minister Creek > 7/9-7/11 (2021)

    Ok not to sound newbish, but are temps like for this area? Im just a dumb NoVite who only knows his neck of the woods when its cold. I could google this , but why when Ive got yall. (See how I three that Southern speak in there)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo View Post
    Ok not to sound newbish, but are temps like for this area?
    Unpredictable, as with most things related to Pennsylvania weather. Based on how this summer has been going, I'm anticipating something in the 80-90 range, with the caveat that the temperature under the tree cover where we'll be camping is almost always 10-15 degrees cooler than in the parking lot.
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