i will be going as well
i will be going as well
Gonna have to pass on this one, be best in the long run to use the cash I'd spend that weekend and put it towards a 2nd vehicle. Thanks to everyone that offered a ride, I appreciate it.
I'm back to being solo, updated list accordingly.
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Deep peace of the running wave to you.
Deep peace of the flowing air to you.
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.
Deep peace of the shining stars to you.
Deep peace without end to you.
adapted from - ancient gaelic runes
Where will the group be Saturday evening? I unfortunately won't be able to come up till then. Hopefully me in my diy and my boy in a tent.
Revelation 14:12 Here is the perseverance of the saints who keep the commandments of God and their faith in Jesus.
I would plan to contribute something to event but I'm a little unclear about the itinerary. Are we in the campground Friday night? Followed by a hike to wherever the wind blows folks?
If we are in camp Friday night I would bring something everyone can nibble on or drink from (just a taste from a local microbrew maybe). I could bring up some wood for a fire if we are in-camp Friday night.
Anyway, I'm bringing a camera to shoot pics of gear etc as I am a newbie with a homeade Speer and looking to invest in a new hammock, suspension and UQ. I'm looking forward to this a good bit. Just did 5 days on Isle Royale, hanging in the Speer and slept better than I ever did on the ground; this while not really having everything dialed in yet.
2 weeks and counting!
I'm sure we will probably do a Group hang Thursday/Friday night (for those that show up early) Which I'm thinking about ... and then we will probably venture to out to some of our favorite places on the MRT. I have always preferred the MRT side then the the NCT side because of the easy access to water. I was thinking Slagle Creek ... for the second night ... just thinking.
"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks". John Muir.
I will be there to check it out if I get my hands on a tarp in time!
Slagle Creek is 6 1/2 miles from Seaton Creek, for a group of 20+ it may be a long haul. Return trip on Sunday morning may take awhile for some. It may be better to consider day hiking out of Seaton Creek as impact from a large group will be noticable in BC.