13803Re: late spring hike somewhere...
- May 16, 2006Sounds like a great hike. Your right about the couples hammock.
the trease floatingdome2 from
would work but at 12 lbs it dont make a lot of sence except for
maybe car camping or a short hike in and base camping. plus it is
not a regular production item and no price was mentioned but going
from the price of the FlyingBivy at $549 i bet it is pretty steep.
The Dryad from
might work but is advertized for 1. I imagine you would end up
rooling into each other too much. but it weights 6 lbs so is more
in line with a 2 man tent. still a might heavy for a thr-hike but
might be worth a try for a shorter hike. I would try it at home
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bruce W. Calkins"
> We hiked Three Forks to Auger Gap, (About 1.75 miles North of
> April 9 through April 22. We then split up and the two "slow"hikers went
> back to Woody Gap while I went around Blood Mountian to get thecar. It
> RAINED all three nights. Two nights were spent in shelters andthe last
> night was under my tarp. We spent night one at Hawk MountianShelter with a
> pair of Northbounders. They plan to stop when it gets to be nofun. If
> they keep having fun, then to the big K. Also there, was an OhioFamily of
> six. The kids each had Hennesy A-sim's, the parent's tarped.(We've GOT to
> figure out a workable couples hammock. ;) They planned on fourmonths,
> maybe Harpers Ferry.with
> Bruce W. / Black Wolfe
> Coy Writes;
> Thanks guys, So what section did yall hike? Mark, was your son
> > I did not see one or any mention of one two weeks ago. Nor did I
> > collect a ticket over three nights parked there.
> > Bruce W. / Black Wolfe
> > > I didn't look for a box at Neals Gap -- we didn't park there
> > > summer.
> > > Mark
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