It is currently Sun May 19, 2013 2:42 pm
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Location: Great NorthWest.....Carver Country..
Most everybody will already be there and set up by the time it rolls in [Fri-Sat maybe?] so even that concern isn't really a big one. Just make sure that if you come, you have the phone #'s of all of the attendees. Just in case you have "issues" with making that last 1/4 mile of your trip.
As far as the white water rafting? The river is dam controlled and basically it's gonna be either a cat 2 or a cat 3 river. I'll be ready no matter what it may be.
I'm not at all worried about wind or any of the "other" things that is of normal concern when it comes to a hurricane because of the fact that we are so far inland and at a high altitude to boot. Literally, the only thing I am concerned with is the amount of rainfall. If that's it? We're doin' good.
This is easy..............
This, not so easy............
This isn't even the steep one and the pictures do not show a true representation of how steep they actually are. The first hill is a bitch. I couldn't even make it up it last year when it was dry [hauling approx. 7K lbs]. This year I have snow chains.
It took Tim and I an hour and a half to go the last 1/4 mile.
Since we have rented all but three cabins in the entire "cul-de-sac", if you will, we might just reverse the direction of the road so it's easier to enter. We'll see how it is when we get there. If there is no rain, there is no problem.
When the hurricane comes I don't think it would be too much of a problem for us at the cabins. It's not the monsoon rain and the strong winds blowning that will cause the problem. The problem with a hurricane is when the ocean and the first three or four counties inland have a territorial disagreement. We live in Michigan because we figured out that four feet of snow will melt, however four feet of sand in your living room wont! Make sure the homeowners insurance is paid before your gear washes away......
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