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    Quote Originally Posted by griffins View Post
    My brother (phrakture) and I will be there. We cannot carpool as we have mini-stops going to and from the hang.
    To be clear, we will be there Saturday. We will likely hike in from the south end (how far is that to the camp site? Mule?) and get there in the afternoon.

    EDIT: Hmm, scratch that. From what I can gather from Mule's hand-drawn maps, it's about 8 miles to the Saturday camp from the south end. Considering we'll be getting there right after noon, we're not going to make that. We'll just have to park at the North lot with the rest of ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by phrak View Post
    To be clear, we will be there Saturday. We will likely hike in from the south end (how far is that to the camp site? Mule?) and get there in the afternoon.

    EDIT: Hmm, scratch that. From what I can gather from Mule's hand-drawn maps, it's about 8 miles to the Saturday camp from the south end. Considering we'll be getting there right after noon, we're not going to make that. We'll just have to park at the North lot with the rest of ya
    Good idea. If you are getting there right after noon, you could follow the markers to the place where it makes a sharp left turn, in fact that will be the only way the marker go. If you wait there we should be coming back out that way about noon, 1PM or thereabouts. That will save you a bit of a walk. IF you see the markers going off from there towards Browning Hill, that means we have already headed that way. See you there.
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    Yeah, I figured you guys would be moseying down a bit more on the Nebo Ridge trail, but it looks like you're going off it a bit. It it were 5 or 6 miles, we'd be fine, but 8 is too much if we're starting at noon

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