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    Great pics ; thanks for sharing
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    Nice the Pics Are Great!
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    No, we were unable to make it to the rock. The trail was flooded.

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    i'm hoping to head up that way in a couple weeks. what were the night temps like? just wondering if i still need to bring my sleeping bag. did you have any problems with bugs?

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    NIce pics of your trip. Sure looked beautiful up there. Real nice camping spot!

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    We camped next to the water and the temps were in the mid 30's. I would definitely recommend a sleeping bag for now. I took a 50 degree bag and nearly froze.

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    Great place to camp. Temps are a little better now. I just got back today from two nights up there. Low was 57 degrees at night. Perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DraicKin View Post
    We camped next to the water and the temps were in the mid 30's. I would definitely recommend a sleeping bag for now. I took a 50 degree bag and nearly froze.
    Wow. I was just there a few weeks ago, and the night lows next to the river felt closer to the mid to upper 40s to me. Bring a tarp even if the forecast is for clear skies! Maybe that's because I had my winter Incubator beneath me and couldn't tell the difference between 33* and 49* !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wakozacho View Post
    Wow. I was just there a few weeks ago, and the night lows next to the river felt closer to the mid to upper 40s to me. Bring a tarp even if the forecast is for clear skies! Maybe that's because I had my winter Incubator beneath me and couldn't tell the difference between 33* and 49* !
    haha yea I was about to say i was there 3 weeks ago and was freezing next to the river. We need to get a burrells ford hang going. I tried to start one but not alot of interest

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