We can do that. A drop cache of sorts, however much.
I'm planning to do it for the fire wood if nothing else.
I can offer to meet folks at the Red Lion Diner at 206&70 and drive the stuff in at a given time.
Should anyone want to hike in from Atsion Ranger station, the trail has 2 miles of dirt road before you turn off onto the Mullica River Trail, which is basically a less used dirt road (2.5 miles). The nice part is the trail parallels the river from Beaver Pond in, makes for a nice night hike.
I've been dreaming of scallops, shrimp and filet mignon.
Thinking of bringing my entire cast iron cookset. Anybody ever had Gambas al Ajillo? Umm, good, especially with a good bread to soak up the garlic and olive oil.
I'll meet you guys at the Batsto or the Silver Coin Diner at White Horse Pike (30) & 206 or the Red Lion Diner (70&206) and truck it all in to the drop off. Will have a wagon/pulk to haul it all in...you know, if my sherpa team isn't available.
I'm thinking I'll bring some red meat and salmon if it looks any good that day.
I see a food coma in my future.
I'm going to confirm with the misses tonight. Assuming I am clear to attend, looks like food might be covered. So I'll appoint myself official beverage manager. Any and all requests entertained, and can be placed via PM.
OH, OH, OH! Can I go?
Actually, I do have commitments that weekend, but if I can get out of them....?
I could show up at the camp late afternoon on Saturday after my morning work. Probably just hike in from Atsio or Batsto if I can get out of my Saturday night commitment.
A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.
-- William James
I'll talk to my wife about this. Not sure I'll be towing the boys, as I need a weekend away without them.
I've got to finish my boys underquilts for the winter hang, this would be a good excuse to test them on me.
Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time. ~Steven Wright