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    One night on the Skattebo Reach Trail

    I have to get a start on the bucket garden this weekend . . .

    . . . but Saturday night . . . (why don't we call it Saturnight ? ? ? )

    . . . I am going to head out for a one night backpack trip to the BIG rock on the Skattebo Reach Trail . . . gotta have a night out of town, and hang.

    I'll give a report when I get back . . . as long as nothing gets in the way.

    If it is going to rain I will still go . . .

    . . . if it is raining I willnt go.

    There . . . I post it now I gotta go . . . right ? ? ?

    (sometimes after a really hard week . . . or like the last really hard 2 weeks,
    it is hard to stur up motivation . . . )
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    Good luck with the weather Bradley.
    " The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it."

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    Back when I was car camping I missed some beautiful weekends by making decisions based on weather reports. Just today rain was predicted and shortly after the skies cleared and it was a beautiful evening. But we did need a little rain for the garden. Notice I said a little rain. I am hoping that the flooding is not as bad as predicted. Too much rain would make a bad situation worse. Hope everyone on the forum is high and dry.

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