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110411 No. 110411 ID: 13f512
Since meetups and such are often popular threads, here are some pictures from Nordic and myself camping this past weekend
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Campsite was quite nice.

Yes, that's my license plate.
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artisan doge
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muh highlands
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Hiked approx. 12 miles on the Appalachian Trail to the summit of Mt. Rogers, the highest point in Virginia.

Wild, or I guess you might call them feral ponies abound
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maybe it's neighbeline
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It was actually a bit hard to get good pics as a lot of the ponies were mangy and gross, or looked like they were about to starve to death. I think this one was about to drop a foal
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The summit was wooded, no views here
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absolutely beautiful country though. the pics don't do it justice
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and some of them were pretty majestic
>> No. 110423 ID: 6e292d
>no picture of you sucking each other off in the woods
You can't fool me Weinerdog_kenobi, that camping trip never took place.
>> No. 110434 ID: 6ca38e
lol prepared campsites
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Yep, consciously chose to be lazy. I don't regret it for this trip
>> No. 110444 ID: f3c7ec
There used to be a spring not to far from the top of Mt Rogers, made staying overnight up there really convenient if you had a good water filter. On night in late summer of '93 I was camping up there and there was some fog. It settled in the valleys blocking when little nearby light pollution existed back then and the sky too up the darkest backgrounds I've ever seen east of Mississipi, the Milky Way stopped being a broad haze and took on texture from the thousands of individually visible 6th and 7th magnitude stars. The people who are really dedicated to dark sky stargazing (its a thing, you be surprised how many people are into it) say you can't skies like that any further east than western Nebraska.
Its a nice spot, too bad the rest of the state turned into such an unlivable hellhole
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The Thomas shelter on the AT is close by. Wonderful area and would camp again.

C'mon Virginia isn't that bad. Around DC and Norfolk there is dumb shit but plenty of space in between
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>> No. 110538 ID: 2238a8
SW VA is awesome when it comes to natural beauty. Very happy I bought a house out here. Even if I move in the future I think I'll keep the house just so I have some place to go when I need to get away.
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