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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Just got back from prepping my own campsite for a scout campout later this month, too. I suspect that prepping is more time consuming here in the NorthEast, but I had a blast just the same with all the white stuff this year! There is nothing like camping in the winter with scouts.

    They'll be in a shelter they built, I'll be hanging and the other leaders are ground dwellers. I shovelled out their tent spot and made myself a wonderful snow ravine - it was 20 degrees this weekend but I was toasty. I expect the campout will be a blast, as will yours.
    Now that's what I call winter camping. Hope the kids have a blast.
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    Nice thing y'all are doing for the boys.Looks like both group of scouts will have a great place to camp and gave a great time!

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    Success!!!

    We had a fantastic weekend. I was the only one hanging,



    but the boys did pretty good on the ground.




    In fact, the wind starting howling around midnight as a front moved through and they didn't even know. It woke me, but not for long .
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    Looks like a good time had by all !

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    Haha awesome! Looks like you guys had a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdawg69 View Post
    Started prepping my hickory woods camp site for a Scout outing in March. Since It was a beautiful 65 degree day here in SE Georgia, I took time to enjoy the woods. A little sunshine hanging, a little trekking around the woods, and a little libation. The next 2 nights I'll be hanging out with the deer, raccoons, bobcats, foxes, and coyotes. Mid 60's and sunny with mid 30's at night - prime hang time
    Coors light is a whole lot better against a woodsy background! Ha! Nice site.

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