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    I got to spend some time there this spring and summer awesome place will be doing a group winter hang in the ANF in Feb if interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    Looks like a great relaxing time. Thanks for the report and photos. Its been a few years since I've been over to that area and it makes me want to get back soon!
    It was nice and relaxing. Definitely worth going back when you get a chance.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    Great photos Red!
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    Thanks Fronkey.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jazilla View Post
    That stream looks like a great place to hang out. Great photos, looks peaceful.
    Thank you Jazilla, that stream will put you right to sleep!
    Quote Originally Posted by bigbamaguy View Post
    Thank you for taking me outside today while I am trapped in the office, it was greatly needed and appreciated.
    Glad you enjoyed it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Greenman View Post
    Looks like a fantastic place to be hanging outdoors. Thank so much for sharing.
    You're welcome, its a great place for hanging for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakerock View Post
    Beautiful! Thanks very much for posting.
    Thanx Jakerrock.
    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCamper View Post
    Thanks for posting. Great stuff.
    Thanks for looking.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tendertoe View Post
    Minister Creek holds a special place in my heart.

    Been a dozen or so times out there - it's beautiful. We were just out there 2 weekends ago.

    Bushwhacking the creek is quicker and quite a bit easier, but doesn't afford the views like you mentioned.

    Great pics, looks like you had a fun time.
    Yeah, the east side of the creek is pretty easy going but we knew we wanted to camp on the west side so we didn't cross. The bushwhacking on the west side is a bit more steep, and the darkness didn't help much either.

    Quote Originally Posted by BearChaser View Post
    Very nice. Thanks for sharing the trip with us. Nicely done tripod and pot hooks, love it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Can't Wait View Post
    I got to spend some time there this spring and summer awesome place will be doing a group winter hang in the ANF in Feb if interested
    Thanks for the invite, I'll definitely keep it in mind.
    Good luck,
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    Minister Creek was my very first backpacking trip EVER... back when I was 8 or 9 living in a suburb of Pittsburgh, went with my dad and my dog... ah, memories.

    Thanks for the flashback!


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    They are very rich, deep looking photos. They make me want to dive into one of them and be there. Looks like you’ve had some rain, everything seems to be alive and extra well. Good idea for tying 3 sticks together. That might come in handy one day.

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    Awesome pictures, looks like it was a great time out!
    Formerly known as "Cranky Bear"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boudah View Post
    Minister Creek was my very first backpacking trip EVER... back when I was 8 or 9 living in a suburb of Pittsburgh, went with my dad and my dog... ah, memories.

    Thanks for the flashback!

    Very cool! And then somehow you got banished to Michigan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruciehi5 View Post
    They are very rich, deep looking photos. They make me want to dive into one of them and be there. Looks like you’ve had some rain, everything seems to be alive and extra well. Good idea for tying 3 sticks together. That might come in handy one day.
    Thanks Bruciehi. We were all a little surprised at how green some things still were, like the ferns etc. They had def. had some rain recently, getting a fire going was a bit tough.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky Bear View Post
    Awesome pictures, looks like it was a great time out!
    Thank you CB, a great time it was for sure.
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    Beautiful photos and (as a person who does living history) awesome fire setup with the tripod and pot hooks!

    Sunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny View Post
    Beautiful photos and (as a person who does living history) awesome fire setup with the tripod and pot hooks!

    Sunny
    Thank you very much, it was the first go with that style of tripod, I really liked the cross bar and the ability to hang multiple pots.
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    I must have been lagging behind since I just saw your thread! Minister Creek is in my neck of the woods, ( I actually work about 10 min drive from there). Hope you can make the winter hang up the road from there this feb!
    "They sell canned water ...they call it Coors."

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    Wow! Wonderful shots, Red. Love the pot stand, too! Fantastic.

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