Nantahalas Short and Sweet

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  1. hometownhiker

    hometownhiker Active Member

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    Two weeks ago, I got out for a little solo boondocking overnighter up in the Standing Indian area. This particular site is just less than twenty miles from the house. I was needing a night in the woods, and the wife was unable to go, so I travelled light, set-up minimally, and enjoyed a sweet and quiet night away from all the regular distractions. The weather was perfect, the stars were popping, and I slept like a baby.
    There's nothing like a much needed night in the woods!

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  2. nineoaks2004

    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    We all need some ME time once in awhile. Glad you had a nice relaxing trip.
     
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    We are not too far apart, I'm in the Knoxville area and looking for good boondocking sites. How do you find good nooks to set up camp?
     

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