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    if anybody goes hungry (other than the vegetarians) it aint gonna be my fault......12 dozen meatballs browned and in marinara ready for the journey south

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    HOLY CRAP. I don't know about the rest of y'all, but the wind just picked up here in the Fort, and it's freaking FREEZING. I can deal with cold, but I hate the wind so very much. >.<

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    The wind is definitely quite intense out here as well. Time to learn about those winter tarp pitches

    I've got a 16x16 that ought to be able to be buttoned up pretty tight

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    I've got the Superfly already pitched out back, but was about to take it down because I don't know how much it can take. O_O

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    One of the things I like about Burning Bear, is the campground is well sheltered from three sides. Plus, the area we used in the past has a patch of trees between the site and the only direction the wind can come from; they make for a good windbreak. Not saying some breeze doesn't get through, but it is rarely more than a stiff breeze.
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    anybody know how far down the road (from the grant side) the campground is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    anybody know how far down the road (from the grant side) the campground is?
    I remember from heading there for the winter hang that the location on Google Maps was accurate, so according to Google it's about 5.5 miles. I do recall the road being fairly bumpy, so it was somewhat slow going.

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    Yep, about 5 miles seems right.
    It is a little bumpy, but not forest service road bumpy. Biggest time-killer is just the number of hairpins and big turns all the way up.
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    What is everyone bringing for Sat night? Just trying to figure out what is missing. I was thinking of smoking up some buffalo wings. And the girlfriend is making a brownie/desert thing. I can also cook up some different vegetable options.

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    I'm planning to bring some cold snacks for picking at without worrying about reheating them in the low-low temperatures. Probably some potato/macaroni salad and some random cold cheese or sausages or something, depending on what I dig up at the grocery store.

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