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    Quote Originally Posted by zugcat View Post
    Just to be clear because I am kind of dumb.

    Time Jan 18-20th Friday-Sunday
    Frog Late Oregon
    N 45 13.350 W 121 41.533
    Frog Lake on Mt hood..
    Correct.

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    Frog Lake Mt Hood Area Oregon
    45.229108 -121.699314

    Driving directions to NF-2610 Parking area

    From, Portland, OR

    1. Head West onto I-84 E/U.S. 30 E
    2. Take exit 16 for 238th Dr toward Wood Village in 0.3 mi
    3. Turn right onto NE 238th Dr in 1.0 mi
    4. Continue onto NE 242nd Dr in 2.1 mi
    5. Turn left onto E Powell Blvd in 0.5 mi
    6. Slight right onto US-26 E in 45.5 mi
    7. Turn left onto NF-2610 at 259 ft

    To NF-2610 Road Parking lot

    Link to Google Map

    Someone may want to double check this as the correct parking location.

    Wolfman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    Frog Lake Mt Hood Area Oregon
    45.229108 -121.699314

    Driving directions to NF-2610 Parking area

    From, Portland, OR

    1. Head West onto I-84 E/U.S. 30 E
    2. Take exit 16 for 238th Dr toward Wood Village in 0.3 mi
    3. Turn right onto NE 238th Dr in 1.0 mi
    4. Continue onto NE 242nd Dr in 2.1 mi
    5. Turn left onto E Powell Blvd in 0.5 mi
    6. Slight right onto US-26 E in 45.5 mi
    7. Turn left onto NF-2610 at 259 ft

    To NF-2610 Road Parking lot

    Link to Google Map

    Someone may want to double check this as the correct parking location.

    Wolfman
    Looks correct.
    Powell is 26, just watch signs and you will be fine.
    There is a sign for Frog Lake Snow-Park as well.

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    Awesome! That is just what I needed.

    Assuming work does now blow up I will be there.

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    Just placed uq order hope it gets here in time for the hang. Can't wait. Now off to get pieces for the pulk.

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    Got a down jacket this time around no big bad city folk winter coat this time.

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    Gary,(Any everyone else) given that I have still not gotten a Hammock, there are so many choices! And would be ground camping. Do you think the area would be OK for that? I have never done the deep snow thing, well actually never camped in any snow! But I do have a good air mat and a 0 degree bag.

    Any thoughts? Not even sure I can get out of town but I sure would like to!

    Wolfman

    PS: Any salmon over the fall runs? And renegadepilgrim, Welcome to Hammock Forms!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    Gary,(Any everyone else) given that I have still not gotten a Hammock, there are so many choices! And would be ground camping. Do you think the area would be OK for that? I have never done the deep snow thing, well actually never camped in any snow! But I do have a good air mat and a 0 degree bag.

    Any thoughts? Not even sure I can get out of town but I sure would like to!

    Wolfman

    PS: Any salmon over the fall runs? And renegadepilgrim, Welcome to Hammock Forms!!
    Yeah it would be fine, we had two tents there last year although they were converted the 2nd night

    Sadly I didn't get out salmon fishing this year cause a remodel job came up..
    Sucks but money is money

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    You should be good with that and perhaps there will be extras there to try out for a night.

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    Frog lake

    Snowshoed up at Frog lake yesterday. Lots of snow and the camp area still has plenty of great trees to host the hammocks.
    So far as tents... yep lots of tent sites available also... bring a shovel.
    Me thinks there is more snow up there already than last year:-)
    Had to dig my way into the out house for the wife.
    Don't forget your snow park permits... they were writing tickets yesterday.
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