View Poll Results: Where do you want to go on the Halloween Hang

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  • Browning Hollow

    2 14.29%
  • Browning Hill

    3 21.43%
  • The Ruins

    9 64.29%
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    Senior Member Kukri's Avatar
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    Thanks to all that came and made it such a great time. Sorry we missed you, Lisa, it would have been great if you could've made it. How did the BBQ turn out?

    My headache went away about halfway back to the car. I guess I should have listened to my high school coaches a little more and just "walked it off."
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    Home!

    Getting cleaned up and tending to the GF. Glad to have met you all that made it out; looking forward to meeting the rest this spring at the Hoosier Hang.
    "The more laws that are written, the more criminals are produced." - "The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and robbers there will be." - Lao Tze

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    Lake Monroe mud flats. I think that assault needs to be done at high water. Came up on a sailboat around the corner from Patton cave one time, and it still had to be tied off to a tree.

    Sorry to hear about the bad luck Lisa. Coming in from the Crooked Creek BR and heading upstream on Crooked Cr, you can make it to the end of Terrel Ridge, but even pulling the canoes up the branch that drains the pond, has you leaving the canoes a mile or so from the ruins. I wouldn't feel comfortable with that myself, unless taking the trouble to pick them up and hide them properly somewhere, covered up and chained to a tree.

    There are several paddle in campsites, right off the lake, a couple ridges north of Patton cave, that also make for a nice hike in from the PC trail head. They are pretty easy to see on the quad maps.
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    Senior Member Doctari's Avatar
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    Home & clean(ish).
    My first hike in the dark Sat AM, WAY FUN!! Going to do that again, but not after a 17 hr shift at work & a 2.5 HR drive

    That was a very nice site, ample hanging spots, I even found a decent site in the dark at 4 AM. Heard a few coyotes a LONG way off on my walk in, & "some kind of owl" both nights, pretty sure it wasn't a Barred Owl, but not sure what it actually was.

    GREAT seeing all. Glad your headache went away Kukri, figured the walk would do you good. Always helps me

    I took about 4 pics, so not worth posting I think.
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    Funny you said that I had a canoe stolen off lake Monroe years ago, someone heisted it right off the shore.
    Last edited by LisaJ5227; 10-30-2011 at 19:56. Reason: To long

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    Thanks

    Wanted to thank everyone for a great weekend and it was great to meet everyone in person. Looking forward to the Spring Hang. Special thanks to Jerry the Hiker formhis efforts to pulling the hang together. The "Stone Soup" was very good!

    Thanks a bunch

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    Had a great time. Sorry to those who had miss out or leave early. Hope to see you all and more @ the Hoosier Hang and again next year. Thanks for all the pointers and insight.
    Directionally challenged...comicly so.

    Thanks to all the Vendors that supported the 5th annual Hoosier Hang gear drawing!
    Dutchware, 2QZQ, Hammeck, UGQ,and Zpacks

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    There is a photo trip report on the Trip Reports forum

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=41561
    You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctari View Post
    Home & clean(ish).
    My first hike in the dark Sat AM, WAY FUN!! Going to do that again, but not after a 17 hr shift at work & a 2.5 HR drive

    That was a very nice site, ample hanging spots, I even found a decent site in the dark at 4 AM. Heard a few coyotes a LONG way off on my walk in, & "some kind of owl" both nights, pretty sure it wasn't a Barred Owl, but not sure what it actually was.

    GREAT seeing all. Glad your headache went away Kukri, figured the walk would do you good. Always helps me

    I took about 4 pics, so not worth posting I think.
    It was great to visit with you again. Hope to see you soon.
    You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronAlso View Post
    Home!

    Getting cleaned up and tending to the GF. Glad to have met you all that made it out; looking forward to meeting the rest this spring at the Hoosier Hang.
    Thanks for the food and refreshment. Awesome. Mule
    You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
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