[Ansteorra] Site for Crown?
rachel_luce1975 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 30 09:46:28 PDT 2004
It handles it preety well so long as we don't get an absolute monsoon. There are hills to camp that will allow your site to drain quickly and there are some lovely flat spots as well. The site is mostlly grassy so it doesn;t turn into an absolute morass os mud in the rain. Except for the area up near troll because that gets driven over a lot. The bad part about the mud at the Stones is that it has a heavy clay content so where there's mud it's the heavy glurpy kind. On the other hand there have been some great make shift slip and slides at the Stones...Quest for the Clover in '97 comes to mind. Come early pick a dry spot.
April Gillilan <agillilan at swbell.net> wrote:
Given the propensity of events being flooded out recently and the forecast
of 70% chance of rain tomorrow, how does the Ravensfort site handle water?
Is it in a floodplain? Does the precipitation runoff easily and quickly?
Are there dry camping spots?
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