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TR: Pine Valley Mtn (5/24/10)

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better late then never eh?  moose0024.gif.  anyways not a whole lot to say, just a quick overnighter with a bunch of friends, also had to test out my new sleeping bag and hammock set up..  on sunday the highs were around 60. a friend of mine came up with his son and did a quick hike with me which was about three miles.  also forgot my camera so took shots with my droid instead. 

 

the night dropped down around 20, and i stayed layered up in my hammock but i was wearing shorts and no socks (had them just they were in the pack and didn't want to get them) so my feet froze most of the night.

 

I didn't do a whole lot of fishing just because it was snowing and blowing most of the day.  my tarp had about 2 inches of snow on it in the morning but i did stay dry.

 

 

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Did you get any condensation on the under side of the tarp? Sometimes they drip especially towards morning. Too bad about your feet.Ive been there and later I wondered why I just didnt get up an do something about it.   :D

 

Thanks for the great pictures you bastard. (thats my new lowered standards on censorship.)   :hugegrin:

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Did you get any condensation on the under side of the tarp? Sometimes they drip especially towards morning. Too bad about your feet.Ive been there and later I wondered why I just didnt get up an do something about it.  :D

 

Thanks for the great pictures you bastard. (thats my new lowered standards on censorship.)  :hugegrin:

 

Hey now, watch the potty mouth comments, Swede...there are some of us young'en around.

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Pine valley is about 30min north of St. George (looks like mars) its on the west end of i-15 and tomorrow I'm headed up to the eastern equivilant which has "cedar breaks national monument"

 

The funny thing about utah is it has sage brush hills goes up to a certain point and will all of a sudden turn into thick trees like in the pics.

 

I didn't get condensation. Probably because nothing was touching the tarp.

 

 

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Ive never been farther west then Oklahoma. I guess Ill have to get out there before I go to the unsuccessful survivor camp in the sky.

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