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ben wood
(benwood)

Locale: flatlands of MO
Ozark Highlands Trail / TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Review on 04/10/2011 13:01:06 MDT Print View

Posted on my blog-


OHT trip report

Jeffs Eleven
(WoodenWizard) - F

Locale: Greater Mt Tabor
Re: Ozark Highlands Trail / TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Review on 04/10/2011 17:10:27 MDT Print View

Two things:

1. That's one hell of a wooden sign.

2. Best spacial relation pic of the Trailstar yet. IMO

Jeff Hollis
(hyperslug) - MLife
Nice! on 04/10/2011 18:00:52 MDT Print View

Thanks!

I am hoping to get back on the OHT next week!

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"Ozark Highlands Trail / TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Review" on 04/10/2011 19:36:59 MDT Print View

Right on Ben! Excellent write up. How about that "Buffalo Sweat" eh? *bleh.

That abbreviated foray into the beautiful and misty Ozarks was memorable on many levels- thanks for making it happen.

Sara C
(Jon) - M

Locale: SE Missouri and NW Arkansas
Creek crossing on 04/11/2011 11:14:45 MDT Print View

How deep is the water at the first creek crossing? We attempted to hike from Lake Ft. Smith in November, but the fast-moving channel at the far side did not look safe so we decided to turn around. We went back two weeks ago and started from the other side, and made it to the creek crossing. It still didn't look safe from up close, although we weren't planning to cross it this time anyway. Maybe we're just wimps?

Edited by Jon on 04/11/2011 11:15:55 MDT.

ben wood
(benwood)

Locale: flatlands of MO
Re: Creek crossing on 04/12/2011 13:33:31 MDT Print View

Jon, it was about knee deep at the worst. It look more dangerous than it was. I was ready for a bit of a fight, but it was no biggie.