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    Fl>LWRSF>April 6-8, 2013 circuit hike

    Quote Originally Posted by islander View Post
    ...and Muddy Luxury sedans! Strap on those mud tires Mike.
    I'm going to wait at the end of the pavement and lasso your bumper when you drive by, Mark!
    Mike
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    Muddy slip-sliding to the campsite. Bring it!
    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    I'm going to wait at the end of the pavement and lasso your bumper when you drive by, Mark!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Ahhhhh, the wet wood should present a fine challenge for me -
    and great amusement for Grinder.
    I'm actually not going to bring a stove and just plan to use the campfire to heat up my water
    "Laying and swaying in a hammock is like a steady morphine drip without the risk of renal failure" - Dale Gribble

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    Fl>LWRSF>April 6-8, 2013 circuit hike

    Quote Originally Posted by samsara View Post
    I'm actually not going to bring a stove and just plan to use the campfire to heat up my water
    Not a bad idea, although I need to test myself, so I'll still bring my wood stove. I'll leave my 1 oz. beer can pot at home and pack my (heavy as lead) 4 oz. titanium 600ml pot with handles, just in case I don't pass my own test. Dehydrated meals are crunchy as all get out without the boiling water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Not a bad idea, although I need to test myself, so I'll still bring my wood stove. I'll leave my 1 oz. beer can pot at home and pack my (heavy as lead) 4 oz. titanium 600ml pot with handles, just in case I don't pass my own test. Dehydrated meals are crunchy as all get out without the boiling water.
    My test, fill the backpack, get to camp, setup hammock, heat up dinner, fill my stomach, crash in hammock. Wake up, repeat...Good Weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Not a bad idea, although I need to test myself, so I'll still bring my wood stove. I'll leave my 1 oz. beer can pot at home and pack my (heavy as lead) 4 oz. titanium 600ml pot with handles, just in case I don't pass my own test. Dehydrated meals are crunchy as all get out without the boiling water.
    I've actually found the campfire method to be my hands down favorite. Probably a nostalgia thing but if you are going to have a fire anyway then it is the easiest too

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by samsara View Post
    your bigger concern will be if Rucks Dairy road is still the consistency of baby poop
    Looks like my hike just got a little longer

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    Fl>LWRSF>April 6-8, 2013 circuit hike

    Quote Originally Posted by emcee View Post
    Looks like my hike just got a little longer
    You'll be up to your mini in mud!

    (Just to be clear, emcee drives a Mini Cooper)
    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by emcee View Post
    Looks like my hike just got a little longer
    I made it home ok today in my car, it was sloppy and I slid around a bit but it should probably be ok tomorrow

    Your annual pass is in my wallet so don't let me forget to give it to you. Also don't let me forget to tell our law enforcement officer to call your house at 2 a.m. asking why your car is parked in a parking area

    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    You'll be up to your mini in mud!

    (Just to be clear, emcee drives a Mini Cooper)
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    Contemplated packing today but I have 1/2 a day tomorrow. Did go pick up a steak, bacon and dates. Don't get me wrong I have been 'gathering', just about everything is spread out in one corner of my bedroom. Easier to cull when it is all visible. It's alot easier when you're not packing D.O.s and cobbler fixings. Really looking forward to this last fling of the season with the Ridge group, our 2 newest converts MM & Duffy and our soon to be convert, Tuck. See ya'll tomorrow!
    Most of us end up poorer here but richer for being here. Olddog, Fulltime hammocker, 365 nights a year.

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