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Old 02-11-2010, 08:47 PM
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I learned today that my overnight run spot is very unlikely. I am also getting a bit of a mutiny from the troops about ABFE and the primitive camping; as a result I will probably bail on CM10 in its entirety.
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I learned today that my overnight run spot is very unlikely. I am also getting a bit of a mutiny from the troops about ABFE and the primitive camping; as a result I will probably bail on CM10 in its entirety.
With the portable facilities and giant tent I'd say BFE will be less primitive than slickrock. Sorry to hear about the mutiny. But if Marianne and Bridger we attending this year I'd probably be hearing it too
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[quote=bh4rnnr;137493]Hmm, might have to put in a request for some good Durango .
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I'll might be packing light this year and just bring rum You know some special rum
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You got some more of the BBD? Man, I have never laughed so hard in my life.
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Trying to score a bottle Otherwise maybe just some of the local stuff from Silverton
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With the portable facilities and giant tent I'd say BFE will be less primitive than slickrock.
I tend to agree...If you tent camp at Slickrock, then I would say tent camping in ABFE would be a huge improvement aside possibly from the lack of shade/trees. Facility wise it sounds like ABFE will have as good as, and probably much better, facilities than Slickrock...

IMO "primitive" comes into mind more for those use to pulling up in their RV or with their popup camper, "plugging in" (elect. and water) and roughing it - Dragging the popup to ABFE and not having elect. or water will be "primitive" camping for us compared to past years.
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I tend to agree...If you tent camp at Slickrock, then I would say tent camping in ABFE would be a huge improvement aside possibly from the lack of shade/trees. Facility wise it sounds like ABFE will have as good as, and probably much better, facilities than Slickrock...

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Probably doubled as a shower for most!
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