Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by 7Samurai13, May 16, 2018.
I can’t “picture” myself ever returning to this forum.
I see what you did there.
has some good pics of hiking.
I think the OP ripped them off.
the red ladybug one is a rock that was painted and placed by the kid on way to Texas last summer. I think it was a a steak and shake but could have been a ralleys.
Is that Lake Michigan?
You have piqued my interest. How far a hike and how long a stay? I see a crappy pad but no visible tent?
According to the trail map it is 47 miles from start to finish, adding in searching for my brother after he got lost, my pedometer tracked it closer to 49 miles. We did the hike in just over 3 days.
Here’s my tent from this year’s trip that is slightly larger than my sleeping bag. I keep my tent inside my bag as that’s where all the guides tell you to.
Lake Superior. September of 2017.
I got a bunch more but that is actually me.
This year’s hike was a bust after park rangers kidnapped my brother in the middle of the night. Apparently my sister in law thought it was more important for my brother to come see their new born baby (10weeks early) than to finish our hike.
New pack for my birthday but you can see the same pad and same chair above it.
Looks like a great place for hunting deer and bear. I forgot, it's a park.
I was wondering if they ever located the Edmund Fitzgerald, out of, or headed to, Whitefish bay, according to Lightfoot.
I thought they had but apparently they have not.
Saw some deer in 2017 and there were signs warning about bear sightings but we didn’t see any of them, thankfully.
My brother and I saw a bear while hiking in Virginia. Luckily 1) his dog didn't chase it and 2) it just darted across the path. Barely even saw it, really.
My first hike on the Manistee river we saw a bear cub from like 100 yards away. We ended up camping about a half mile from there. Worst night of sleep because where there is a bear cub, there is bear mom.
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