Hey your tea comes pre-pine-needled!
You know that actually does make a lot of sense now in the community aspect that if people didn't have to worry about water so much and melting their own snow, more fun could be had! Your right. There are a LOT of people going on this hang and a gallon a day at the least for cooking, drinking, and washing out pots could become quite the chore. I hope what I said didn't offend anyone, the "Superior" ice comment was a pun.
Wisconsin Winter Hang 2014 https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...t=81556&page=2
"Familiarity breeds love.
We don't need to save nature we need to love nature.
The only way people will love nature is if they experience it first hand.
There is no better way to experience nature than participating in it."
earlier there was concern of not having enough firewood in the original location, are we going to try and move, or stay at the original location?
So my plan is too be there Wednesday. Looks like most people are showing up Thursday. I'm thinking Jason will be gong with me. Like TZ said in an earlier post, will set up somewhat close to where we had it last year, maybe across the trail. We will scout around the area. And find a better spot.
do to getting some form of illness and having to take off work from it, I cannot attend next weeks hang. can't afford more time off. downside of contract work and no benefits.
doesn't mean my pulk will be leaving my living room yet until I am done building poles and such. still plan on sleeping outdoors once healthy enough.