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Whatever people I bring, besides $10/head is there anything else I need to get together to contribute to the vittles?
Wow, haven't been active for a while.
You guys can't have a hang right outside my city without me!
I work nights, so timing is an issue but I have vacation sometime in April, maybe during the hang. If I can make it I'll be there and I'll probably be coming with food of some sort!
I'll read through the thread and check my vacation schedule
Yates place hang was great and we all talked about this hang. I am hoping to be able to make it. I might need to lose 20lbs before I go because i feel like a just gained 10 at this hang. I am sure all that "testing" will be tough.
Hoping to drop by Saturday for some bits-o-pig and see some hammocks.
Probably have one fellow hanger with me, maybe two. Won't be staying overnight.
Not seeing a lot of sweets on the list. I may help remedy that with a big batch of homemade cookies or something.
Unfortuneatly the smoker is in storage and not exactly permitted inside the apartment
People were talking about the water, what about the trail? If we can get some shuttles going down the trail a ways it might make a good hike back to the food.
Haven't had the chance to do one of these outings. I'm hoping to see some hammocks first hand like the famous WBBB.
I've been looking to get into hammock camping, but I want to see one in person before I make the plunge. I have a friend who can say the exact same thing. So, if noobs are welcome, I/we might join you.
I might just come for the barbecue. I'm a native North Carolinian, so a pig pickin is my kind of scene. I would be happy to bring a pound or two of hush puppies.
I also understand there's a gear raffle going on, proceeds go to charity. If I attend, I would love to chip in with a custom-made paracord bracelet or two.
Hope to see you all there!
Don't forget that I will be leading a kayak picnic lunch trip on Saturday. So bring your boats!
Love many, trust few & always paddle your own canoe. American Proverb