By this time next week some of us will be on our second night hammocking back up at Flagstaff Lake above Rangley, Maine, and we’ll be sitting around the fire waiting for the late-comers who couldn’t get Friday off to call from the landing on the opposite shore so we can hang a light out to steer by [Relax!… the landing is off to the right of this view and is only about a half-mile paddle].
This was my friend, Brian’s setup right down by the waters edge last year. The weather forecast is looking really fine for us to have a wonderful pre-Solstice hang. There are 12-15 friends planning to be there… and I’ve never had a bad time out with this crowd. Way too much food and fun with others who love being out in the woods as much as you do is a fine recipe.
This time I will try to take photos instead of just hanging around forgetting about you visitors passing through Moosenut Falls.
[here’s a link back to my post from a few weeks ago>> https://moosenutfalls.wordpress.com/2018/05/15/flagstaff-lake-hammocking-trips/ ]