I read reports on loud snorers keeping others awake at night, and the smell and noise. I prefer my own quiet spot. I doubt i will use any of the huts, particularly if theres a lot staying in them and theres all the scavengers I keep reading about, not the feathered or furry variety, the human variety,
Originally Posted by HammockDreamer
I been told and read many hikers go unprepared and scavenge food from other hikers. I also read that many go over prepared and cant give away there food quick enough, so I guess in the end it all works out.
It would probably very amusing and entertaining in the huts to see what others carry. I believe someone even carried a esky with ice on the Overland Track.
Last edited by Phillipsart; 11-24-2012 at 15:40.
Peanuts? Is this where you got to. LOL.
Originally Posted by peanuts
I loved peanuts when i was a kid, you bought back some memory's there.
Is this some of the madness you where referring to in my last post?
Welcome to another Tassie person!
On a side note I did overland track and hammocked at the designated campsites every night fine, recommend off season though as free's up more spots - have youtube videos of the walk.
Welcome to the forums, from Louisville, Kentucky!
Hi, you have an link of your hike on the overland?
Originally Posted by Segiy
Never mind I found them.