Hike in 2 miles.
Hike in 4 miles.
Hike in longer than 4 miles.
Don't car as long as I can hammock.
I think a 3-4 mile hike in would be great! I'll come up from Eugene and, I hope, bring my 14-year-old son.
My wife and I will do our best to be there.
DFabulous and I will be there.
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I wish I could make this one… Oregon is a LONG haul for me.
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found the thread. I'M IN -- and will try to get my wife to come along, too.
i'm more than happy to do shirts again -- but my source puts them at about
$20 per shirt. if no one has an issue with that, then its a go.
i'll probably use the same'ish design idea as hang 1 and 2, to keep up a "tradition" of sorts.
let the scouting begin. i'm down for a short hike in, but typically like the basecamp idea with access to trails for these groups hangs. ice chests and picnic tables & stuff
I'm in and will try and swing the wife. Maybe the kids too on this one. If its a hike generally far less alcohol is involved, and besides I always make a fool of myself its a tradition.