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    Very nice, and the food made me hungry. Great pics and wish I could have been then.
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Thanks everyone! It was a little hot, but perfect for a hammock, as I did not need any kinda of insulation, and the air passing below cooled my back. It was very refreshing. I Brought out my Black Bird for this trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    all the pics! the bushcraft techniques.....now where was the hammock, even for an afternoon nap?

    Me in my WBBB

    Quote Originally Posted by Les Rust View Post
    That's quite a menu for a daytrip. Next time be sure to let the rest of us know--we'll all show up! Great shots of what looks like a great trip. thanks for sharing the pics--now if you could have only shared the grub!
    I'll keep you guys posted, this place doesn't have a lot of places to hang, so it's limited to either 4 or 5 hangers max- or you bring giant tree straps. lol

    However it would be cool to attend a hang, I've never been to one.
    Quote Originally Posted by mangus7175 View Post
    Is that Third Stream Crossing (Cucamonga Wilderness)? Great pics, I was there a few weeks ago exploring the waterfalls.
    Hmm I don't think so. I just know it as Lytle creek. There's a really cool waterfall over there, but I'm too lazy to go further during summer. Heat and I don't go together very well.
    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    Very nice, and the food made me hungry. Great pics and wish I could have been then.
    I'll be sure to keep people posted once I find a good spot for a lot of hangers. If it's limited to only 4 or 5 people, this place would be perfect. Or hiking up further would serve well. More trees.

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    What kind of trap is that? very interesting!
    "When you get to the end of your rope,tie a knot and Hang On."- Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    Great trip report. My favorite part is that a bunch of skinny people went on a day hike and carried enough food to feed a third world nation for a week.

    Can't wait to see your food selection for a five-day hike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groovy View Post
    What kind of trap is that? very interesting!
    Figure 4. I didn't actually use it, just practicing.
    Quote Originally Posted by SilvrSurfr View Post
    Great trip report. My favorite part is that a bunch of skinny people went on a day hike and carried enough food to feed a third world nation for a week.

    Can't wait to see your food selection for a five-day hike!
    haha it just kind of happened. We would never bring that much food or utensils
    for an overnight trip. This particular trip was primarily a food based outing. To try out cooking related gear, and just cooking over/in an open fire.

    Stay tuned, These trips will happen at least 3 times a month. Every trip will hopefully be different- I plan to start using themes based on another friend's idea. This trip was a first for food. Next we will start using the themes, such as swiss army only fire, machete only, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7''+ blade only fire/tool, natural tinder only fire, handmade utensils only, Might even have a cleaver for camp only trip, and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudman View Post

    Hmm I don't think so. I just know it as Lytle creek. There's a really cool waterfall over there, but I'm too lazy to go further during summer. Heat and I don't go together very well.
    Maybe not the Third Stream Crossing campground but it looks like you guys took the Middle Fork Trail. The waterfall was nice...

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    York Peppermint Patty......my favorite!!!!! I lingered over that food.
    Right good stuff there.
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    Great pictures and thanks for posting. I'm hungry now. Steak and sausage, mmmm.
    I would feel more optimistic about a bright future for man if he spent less time proving that he can outwit Nature and more time tasting her sweetness and respecting her seniority. - E. B. White (1899 - 1985)

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