anyone enjoy or have objections to cigars? i generally enjoy one with some scotch while i'm out. if you enjoy let me know your flav and i'll bring you one.
Well we're here at seaton creek, headed for eddington creek tomorrow.. I think theres around 10 of us. I know there is more coming in tomorrow. It was getting dark when i rolled in so i only got to meet a few. the weather is great! the sign at the pay tube said no services, no fees, please pack out your trash. The outhouse is locked the pump handle is gone, but its free which is good with me. I'll try to keep posting updates.
Should be leaving soon, not sure where we are going to park, maybe Slagle Creek and then hike to the Hang site. Catch you guys in a few.......WhooooBuddy!
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Today was just a great day! the weather is perfect. 13 people showed up and everyone has been great. Thanks to a few guys here I finally got my quilt dialed in and now have to figure out how to vent it if its to warm like it is right now. That is much easier to solve than being cold.
Lots of cameras, video and photo coming soon stay tuned for after trip reports.
Did you guys park at Seaton Creek Campground? without Fee's? Was it open? or chained off?
"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks". John Muir.
Great Hang Guys! Nice to put a face with the names. We (me and a frined) parked at Marilla Trailhead, $5 fee per day to park.
We camped at Seaton Creek. The sign at the fee tube said "no fees, no services, please pack out your trash". Their were no pay envelopes in the slot. It was not gated. Their was a good number of sites in use and the trail head parking was overflowing.
Stay tuned for trip reports, pictures, video, and gps logs.
What an AWESOME weekend... Weather and company couldn't have been better and I'm pretty sure fall colors were at peak... Every tree and bush was blaze with color... Great time meeting everyone and learning a few (ALOT) new tricks, sure is fun to see everyones setup and how they are doing things... Thanks to Jeep for the whoopie sling and survival bracket class...
Looking forward to the next time...
what a frist overnight hike you guys are great and thanks for all the pointers especialy the whoopie sling class. thanks for the stove dblcorona. The weather the company couldnt have been better. i am so convinced now that hammocks are the way to go.