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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctari View Post
    I hope to leave by around 1000 on Thursday. May not head straight to the Cemetery / hangout site, I will play it by ear.

    Since I'm not sure if I'll get to the hangout in a straight line, I'll do directions here instead of marking the trail: Follow the BIG trail from the fire tower to the Cemetery. NO sharp turns, no side paths. The trail stays at least 9' wide all the way. At the Cemetery, follow the fence to the right to it's end, then follow the fence to the left, almost to the end of the fence, go right, there you are. The trail IS a road to get to the Cemetery as it isn't abandoned, just hard to get to.
    You got it.
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    I will be at the halloween hang in Ohio- at Nelson's Ledges Quarry Park =) cant wait!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekevinator View Post
    I will be at the halloween hang in Ohio- at Nelson's Ledges Quarry Park =) cant wait!!!
    Sounds like a blast....
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    If someone was to bring a small guitar I would bring a lightweight banjo.
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    Looks like I will be there on Thursday afternoon. (Huzzah!)

    @Mule hopefully you being the banjo regardless, It'd be cool to hear you pick a tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by termite View Post
    Looks like I will be there on Thursday afternoon. (Huzzah!)

    @Mule hopefully you being the banjo regardless, It'd be cool to hear you pick a tune.
    I should be there Thursday afternoon too. See you there, Heee
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    Thanks, Doctari, for the directions. I don't think it will be hard to find.

    Mule, I'm not sure I'll be bringing my good camera gear, due to the weight of the water I'll pack and due to the likelihood of rain. PM me if you'd recommend otherwise.
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    got your back jack

    got your back jack;842275]Thanks, Doctari, for the directions. I don't think it will be hard to find.

    Mule, I'm not sure I'll be bringing my good camera gear, due to the weight of the water I'll pack and due to the likelihood of rain. PM me if you'd recommend otherwise.[/QUOTE]

    I'm bringing in atleast 5 gallons on my new jetsled (not a pulk yet). Maybe more if remember to hit the store first . My hope is that the second site will have a source to filter from. Then I'll probably leave the sled back in car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeMadeHiker View Post
    got your back jack;842275]Thanks, Doctari, for the directions. I don't think it will be hard to find.

    Mule, I'm not sure I'll be bringing my good camera gear, due to the weight of the water I'll pack and due to the likelihood of rain. PM me if you'd recommend otherwise.



    (I'm bringing in atleast 5 gallons on my new jetsled (not a pulk yet). Maybe more if remember to hit the store first . My hope is that the second site will have a source to filter from. Then I'll probably leave the sled back in car).[/QUOTE]

    5 gallons is an awful lot of water to carry or pull. I am only bringing maybe one gallon and I may leave some of that in the car. As to camera gear, I do not always take pictures at all, though I do enjoy all the shots of my hiking friends I get. Is your family coming? I bet that little guy is getting big.
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    Well it's over flat ground so i'm gonna give it a try. Plus I have a buddy to help out of need be.
    It's a little too cold for the fam. Dryzt is growing up so quick. We are gonna try for the hill and hollow next memorial day. Can't wait to see him playing in that creek. Might even persuade the daughter to come with.

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