On Saturday afternoon a bunch of us headed out to the Shenandoah Valley where Tuttle had rented a “primitive” cabin for the night. We hiked around a little bit, found our cabin, schlepped all of our rations and protective gear from the car to the cabin — about a mile — and set up camp.
I took a ton of pictures, but my camera was as tired as I was last night and didn’t feel like uploading anything. So in the meantime, here is a video tour I took of the cabin when we first got there.
I apologize for my sniffling, it was quite chilly outside. I’m also sorry, Babs, for the conversation I made you have on camera about the outhouse.
There may be a video on my computer waiting to be edited of Babs chopping wood. It seems Tim was serious when he came in and requested we get to chopping. I’m hoping that will surface tomorrow along with the pictures.