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Eric you crack me up!!

11th and 12th look good for me. But I never know until a few days out especially at that time of year.

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Eric you crack me up!!
sometimes i feel like im on crack...
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LOL

OH and I added it to the calander if anyone looks at that
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OK, so it looks like March 11-12 at Seonunsan! Yeah!

When are people heading there?
Where are we sleeping/camping?

I will have a few seats in my car coming from daejeon if anyone is interested though i havent decided if i'll leave fri night or sat morning.

I am going to email all KOTR members about the M&G (just so everyone knows about it) after the sleeping plans are made.

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I'll also have a few spare seats in my car heading from Daejeon to SeonUn San for the M&G on March 11th, so pm me if you need or want a lift. I'll probably head up Fri night, but nothing is fixed at this stage. Sat would be cool too.
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can anyone take friday off? i'd like to head down early to get some climbing in friday too, but if no one else can go early i'll head down friday evening.
have room in my car for those between kunsan and seonunsan...that includes you iksan folks. i hope to see some of my climbing neighbors there!!
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Rick,

I've "practically been guaranteed" Fridays off this semester-- for what that's worth! I'll know for sure by Mar 2-3 after I get back. I'd be into checking out the new road trip machine. . . you know where I live!

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accomodations

There is some discussion as to where we should stay. . .

A: campground near the entrance by the youth hostel. Plenty of space, near the hostel, minbaks, hotels, any number of accomodations. Easy access by car or bus. Campsites can be left up overnight. Usually they let you back in the park on the previous day's pass-- at worse, it's an extra W2800 (supports the park)

B: by the minbak/store across the bridge. Campsites need to be taken down each day (tents, etc can be stored by the store). Inside the park, but gates not always open to cars, limited parking and a further haul for folks without cars to bring camping equipment.

C: by the res. . . scenic, inside the park and closest to climbing, but sites must be taken down (and stashed/carried), driving is limited (usually not permitted past the little store), with no accomodations for folks without tents.

OK, please feel free to add plans D, E, F or post your opinions as to these ideas (or any additional notes, etc I may have neglected). I'm for plan A (which is why I called it A), but I'm always flexible and open-minded

Also, I have a one-person tent I will bring-- if I bunk w/Rick or someone else, I can still bring it as a spare (just picked up seam sealer so it should be water-tight; it did weell w/o over 3 rainy days at Kan-hyon). . . accomodations might be an important consideration as I wouldn't want folks without tents to feel excluded. Might also note that cheap camping gear is available in Korea-- Namdaemun and Tongdaemun are great places to start your search.
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A sounds good to me, too.
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"A" would be good for those heading to Halmei Bawi too. Also, we can carpool up to the crags.
More lodging options: I have a two person tent, two can fit in the back of my truck ("cozy" fit), and I may end up using my bivy.

what are the food options nearby? should we go potluck style? anyone want banana walnut pancakes and (brewed) coffee for breakfast?
(Jack Johnson has made me crave banana pancakes lately!)
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