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ZenCanadian 


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Camping pics
< on 2/28/2011 4:20 PM >
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Post em up! I will get started with a bunch from various trips I have taken. Can't wait until June for my first trip of the season with the new dslr

From an Algonquin solo


The water was beautiful


Just hanging around


Best. Stove. Ever!






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< Reply # 1 on 2/28/2011 4:39 PM >
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Abandoned mine camping!!





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< Reply # 2 on 7/8/2011 2:29 PM >
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Last fall at the Zaleski Backpack Trail in SE Ohio:



Shimmying across this log with packs and a dog wasn't fun:






My sweet ride:


Otto, my hiking buddy:




More caves:


My actual sweet ride:





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< Reply # 3 on 11/19/2011 1:58 AM >
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Last summer, in order (i do a lot of backpacking)

Ventana Wilderness, Big Sur (CA) solo



Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska



SE Yosemite solo





"Best to launch forth boldly, with or without life jackets, keep your matches dry and pray for the best"

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< Reply # 4 on 11/21/2011 2:01 PM >
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Nice! I'm jealous. Ohio sucks for backpacking.




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< Reply # 5 on 11/23/2011 8:21 AM >
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Thanks! And yeah...we’re all spoiled on the West Coast




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ZenCanadian 


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Ya, I'd love to get out to the Big Sur area and Yosemite! Not that we have it that bad here




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That... is a really incredible synopsis!

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< Reply # 7 on 11/3/2013 2:52 PM >
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Just found this board, so posting a couple of mine.

Mohican (Loudonville, OH)




East Harbor, near Port Clinton, OH:





Indian Lake State Park (Lakeview, OH)
(Cheated and camper camped with my parents that time...was 20 degrees overnight and it was just me and them...didn't feel like setting up my HUGE tent just for 2 nights and me solo.)




Kelleys Island






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ZenCanadian 


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Welcome to the thread JB!




Zen and the art of infiltration...
http://www.flikr.com/photos/zenslens
Zen is an uber explorer, a demi god of craning and purveyor of the finer things in life.
ZenCanadian 


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I take my annual solo up to the back country of Algonquin Park usually in late May or early June. This years trip was late May and the access point I had chosen had a washed out road, I kept hoping that it would be fixed and open in time but had to change my plans shortly before heading up. I ended up going in through access point #3, a spot I have been in through a few times and because of the late adjustment in booking, I had to stay on the same lake for all 3 nights.

Here are the shots from this years trip, from way back in May

Waiting for the MEC store in Barrie to open to grab some rope.

Ready to go by ZensLens, on Flickr

I love having my Jetta Wagon! Everything in the boot, including my cooler!

It's all in the trunk! by ZensLens, on Flickr

On the road, 27 degrees.

27 degrees!!! by ZensLens, on Flickr

Hitting the access road

Kicking up dust by ZensLens, on Flickr

That's a waterfall, but that water is frozen!!

That there be ice! by ZensLens, on Flickr

Birds can walk on water

Lift off by ZensLens, on Flickr

Canoe loaded up, Vi waiting to go!

Let the trip begin by ZensLens, on Flickr

In this shot you can see the orange sign indicating my site and see the smoke from my fire.

Floating on glass by ZensLens, on Flickr

Had the tarp up for extra protection since they were calling for T-Storms

Sleeping spot by ZensLens, on Flickr

Dinner time

Cooking up by ZensLens, on Flickr

The first nights fire

Ontario Parks by ZensLens, on Flickr

The stars at night up north are something to behold

The dipper by ZensLens, on Flickr

This Snapping Turtle swam by, he was huge!

Oh Snap! by ZensLens, on Flickr

Took a couple of selfies..lol

Contemplation by ZensLens, on Flickr


Hidden by ZensLens, on Flickr

Checked out Ragged Falls on my way to the visitor centre on my last day

Spring flow by ZensLens, on Flickr


Churning by ZensLens, on Flickr

Way more pics from the trip including the visitor centre over @ http://www.flickr....3/with/8729374996/

Next years trip is already in the planning stage! Hope you enjoyed looking at these!

Cheers,
Zen




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Zen is an uber explorer, a demi god of craning and purveyor of the finer things in life.
jellybeans95 


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That... is a really incredible synopsis!

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Welcome to the thread JB!



Thanks


You have some gorgeous pictures!

I try to get out at least twice a year. This year, went out 4 times, once every month this summer, plus September. Now that my parents have their camper, they will be out more often, and consequently, so will I.


Went to Holly Rec in Michigan, then East Harbor, Mohican, and Indian Lake in Ohio. Didn't get up to Kelleys Island this year, which somewhat bums me out, but we plan to get up there once or twice next summer/fall.

Mohican was probably one of the best times. Set up our tent about 10 ft from the river and fell asleep to soothing water sounds every night. Would be hot during the day, but around 9pm, cooled down to 65 degrees, perfect sleeping weather. We were in a mountain valley, so we'd have fog in the morning. Tons of gorgeous scenery, and had the river not been at flood stage, we could have canoed right to our campsite.




dsankt: In fact, the day I die yall are welcome to form an orderly queue and run a train on my eye sockets. I'll be dead and frankly, will not give a f*ck.
budda: That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Fuck me sideways this is insane.
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splumer 


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Mohican was probably one of the best times. Set up our tent about 10 ft from the river and fell asleep to soothing water sounds every night. Would be hot during the day, but around 9pm, cooled down to 65 degrees, perfect sleeping weather. We were in a mountain valley, so we'd have fog in the morning. Tons of gorgeous scenery, and had the river not been at flood stage, we could have canoed right to our campsite.


Were you at Mohican Wilderness? We camp there with our scout troop every year.




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jellybeans95 


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That... is a really incredible synopsis!

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Were you at Mohican Wilderness? We camp there with our scout troop every year.


No we were at Smith's on Wally Road. First time going to there. Way back when I was in 5th grade, my school always camped at Mohican Wilderness though. 5th graders camped there for 3 days/2 nights and 6th graders did 4 days/3 nights somewhere just outside of Erie, PA.

It was nice, right on the river and tucked into a valley. I wish it hadn't been so humid, because it made wanting to explore hell, but overnight was gorgeous.




dsankt: In fact, the day I die yall are welcome to form an orderly queue and run a train on my eye sockets. I'll be dead and frankly, will not give a f*ck.
budda: That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Fuck me sideways this is insane.
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