SAS wrote:Oh, the memories of winter camping in GWNF!
TonkaToy wrote:From the sounds of it Jan 6th-8th or 20th-22nd are good weekends to shoot for.
TonkaToy wrote:Mario, I will need recon from you the week prior to verify what the roads are like going up there to camp. The new camper is a little bigger than the old one. While I had no problem dragging the pop up through 6" of snow. Something tells me that the new one will be a handful if the roads are snow covered.
Hack wrote:It is $5 a night for a camp site. No cost if you are tent camping and stay at someone else's site. No passes for the trails. I ran the trails with a stock 2nd gen Rodeo with 29" street tires. I will be taking my Trooper and Mike his Expedition.
We will be staying at Hone Quarry. Primitive camping with just a table and fire ring. There is a vault toilet.
squatch wrote:I've marked the dates. We'll see what mother nature brings us between now and then.
I'll probably be in the Toyota with camper. So no heavy wheeling for me if there is snow. These winter trips are more about telling lies around the fire anyway!
Marcus, a lot of KY, WV, TN, NC, VA are under a burn ban right now. We were in KY last week and one of my old haunts was burning in the mountains. Forest fire. I now have one of those silly gas fires as well.
MarcusInMD wrote:Yeah I see lots of TN near Gatlinburg is charred. Wanted to visit there in the next year or two.
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