Huggins lake camping ny

camping spots with a lake?

2023.06.01 05:03 anoymous420 camping spots with a lake?

my friend and i wanna go camping next week and i was wondering if anyone has recommendations. we’re considering devils lake but i just wanted to see if there are other good spots no more than 2 hours away. we just want a spot that has a lake and offers kayaking or canoeing
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2023.06.01 04:56 SNA96 GTSR after 3 pm

Wanted to inquire about people’s experience on entering the park after 3 pm. We’re thinking of doing Trail of cedars and Avalanche lake on 6/17/2923, but don’t have a GTSR pass. Was thinking on entering after 3 pm but wasn’t sure how busy it would be, from what I’ve read it seems like there’s a line of cars waiting to enter. Was hoping to get a parking spot at the Camp ground, Don’t know how realistic that is?
Similarly was hoping to do Virginia falls on another after 3 pm and was wondering if anyone had experience with the parking lot in the afternoon is at as crowded? And if so when does the crowd die down and thoughts?
I’m aware of the shuttles and understand that may be our best option but was hoping to get a better understanding and hopefully plan accordingly.
Thank you in advance.
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2023.06.01 04:22 okcookie AITA for not wanting my son to go on vacation?

Summer is fast approaching. About 3 months ago, I (41m) registered my son (6m) for a local summer day camp after talking with my wife (40f). This will be his first real summer camp experience, as it’s a full-blown camp with a lake, pools, archery, crafting, climbing wall, nature hikes, etc. My parents generously paid for it, as we couldn’t afford it on our own. A few of my sons friends from school are going too, and he’s been really excited for it. It runs for 6 weeks, not the whole summer. About 2-3 weeks ago, my wife mentions that her sister will be taking a trip down South to visit their parents. Her sister will be bringing her 2 younger children. She invited my wife. They will be away for a week. My wife and her sister have been pressuring me to take our son out of camp for that week so they can take him too. It’s been presented as a unique bonding opportunity. Camp has been fully paid for. He’s excited. Now, I’m under pressure to change the plan, forfeit the money (which isn’t even ours), and pull him from camp midway through. On top of all that, my wife has been asking him if he wants to go with them, as though that’s a question he can reasonably answer. At his age, he cannot fully imagine leaving summer camp midway through. Also, the environment at my in-laws isn’t great: they’re both smokers and heavy drinkers, they leave the TV on and tuned to CNN literally all day, and my father in-law has rage issues. Our son cannot imagine himself there for a week; developmentally he’s unable to grasp what that will be like. I feel it’s not a fair question to be posed to him, and that my wife and I should discuss it privately. I have offered to compromise and drive down with our son separately (it’s a 9 hour drive) on a Thursday night and to return late Monday, so he only misses 2 days of camp. I would do 18 hours of driving in 4 days to accommodate. But, this idea doesn’t seem sufficient. Just tonight, my wife again privately engaged our son in discussing the trip; I walked in just as she was telling him “it’s up to you.” So, AITA for not wanting him to go?
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2023.06.01 04:10 catchmygrift This weekend in Oregon

This weekend in Oregon
Hope to see all the trad shooters out for a fun weekend.
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2023.06.01 03:23 FlaredMetal Left to Suffer - 9/12 Old Ironsides

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2023.06.01 02:56 lirg03 Saw these two birds chasing each other over a lake. The lower one looks like a tree swallow. What is the upper one? A purple martin? Rockefeller State Park NY, today

Saw these two birds chasing each other over a lake. The lower one looks like a tree swallow. What is the upper one? A purple martin? Rockefeller State Park NY, today submitted by lirg03 to whatsthisbird [link] [comments]

2023.06.01 02:35 TheRealSlimErie11 Food Ideas for Backcountry Trip

I plan to go to a provincial (state) park this June for 2 nights. I will be canoeing in and tent camping along a series of lakes.
This park does not allow any glass or metal cans to be brought into the back country.
I went last year and nearly got fined for having metal cans of tuna.
If anyone has any creative or personal favourite camping foods that will not go bad, it would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.01 02:22 ___kakaara11___ Gear and PNW Trip Questions for Newish Backpacker New to Hammock Camping

I'm very new to hammock camping (have only done it once on a weekend solo trip) and still newish to backpacking in general (I've gone on a few trips of various durations, but maybe not a full week without regrouping at a hotel, to Yosemite, New Hampshire, areas in California and Utah, Ohio, and other various hiking).
My gear:
My questions:
Edit to add: This trip will be my first solo trip and I'm planning on being out on the Olympic Peninsula for about a week and Muir Woods maybe 2-3 nights.
Any and all general hammocking advice is most welcome!
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2023.06.01 02:19 SickleSlinger Best overnight hikes for mid June?

I am having a hard time deciding on an overnight hike to do in mid June while in Vancouver and would appreciate any suggestions or favourites! I am hoping for something under 30km total, ideally with nice views for sunset/sunrise, and views of water or maybe a lake where we could take a dip:-)
A hike with elevation would be fun and we like the challenge but not really steep scrambles/climbs and sketchy snow as we will have packs on.
I'd be willing to attempt Panorama ridge in Golden Ears and just climb down to Alder Flats if it was too hard - but I anticipate the snow in June would make this way too technical for us, so looking for something easier:-/
Also, would anyone happen to know of a campsite similar to that in this video? From my online searching I understand that camping is not permitted at Tunnel Bluffs?
I appreciate all suggestions, thank you!
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2023.06.01 02:00 thebyrdhouse Sierra Ski Traverse 2023

Where: East to West Ski Traverse from Shepherd's Pass Trailhead (Independence, CA) across the Sierra to Wolverton (Western Sierra Foothills), sometimes referred to as the "Sierra High Route Ski Traverse" or the "David Beck Route" after the ski guide who pioneered the route in the 1970s. Getting to cross the Sierra on skis, particularly with a historic snowpack, was an amazing experience.
When: May 25, 2023 – May 28, 2023
Distance and Vert: 50 Miles, 15,000' ascent (CalTopo:
Conditions: Continuous snow from mile ~6 at 9400'. Weather varied from zero visibility clouds, scorching direct sun, precipitation/graupel, and frigid mornings.
Lighterpack: for a couple (shared sleep system and ski gear for two)
Cars/Transportation: This might be one of the biggest challenges of the trip. Some people choose to stage cars at both trailheads, but that would require a six-hour drive before and after the trip. The ideal situation, which we were able to work out, is to swap cars with another group crossing in the opposite direction simultaneously, trading keys on route. However, not everyone will be this lucky. Another option is to hitchhike from Wolverton to Three Rivers, then get a ride to the Fresno airport, fly to Reno, and take the 395 shuttle to Independence. But this will add days to your trip.
Road Closure: This year, an additional complexity was that the road from Hospital Rock to Wolverton was closed due to rain damage. It is a 14-mile stretch with an elevation gain of approximately 5000'. We spoke to rangers at SEKI, and suggested they might look the other way if we rode our e-bikes outside of construction hours, which they believed were from 7 AM to 7 PM. So, one group rode e-bikes with cargo trailers we purchased on Amazon from Hospital Rock at 2700' up to Wolverton at 7400'. They locked up the bikes and trailers and headed east. When we arrived at Wolverton after our traverse, we unlocked the bikes, loaded our gear, and rode the bikes back down to the car parked at Hospital Rock. Walking that stretch would be a pain after already crossing the Sierra, particularly because you'd probably have to haul boots and skis down the road with you on your back.
Purpose of [Long] Report: I've wanted to cross the Sierra on skis for many years, but poor snow conditions had stymied previous attempts. With the historic snowpack this year, I finally got a chance to ski it. Prior to this trip, I scoured the Internet for information, but most of it was either old and lacked details or came from guide companies that lead clients across in about six days. In the interest of aiding future skiers, I wanted to put together a comprehensive trip report with some of our group's learnings. However, a caveat to future readers, our trip was much later in the year than is typical and followed the deepest winter in recorded memory in the Sierra, so your experience may differ greatly.
Our kits were relatively light given it was a ski traverse, which was essential due to the long ski and boot carry on day one. This lighter pack is my wife and I's shared and personal gear combine. She was less egar to list out her clothing individually (she does not share our affliction) however she let me weigh it all at once:
Sleep Kit: For anyone contemplating winter camping with someone they feel comfortable sharing a sleeping bag with, I cannot recommend the Feathered Friends Spoonbill enough. It is the single greatest piece of kit I have ever owned. It's absurdly light and warm and more comfortable than a solo bag because it's large enough for both people to stretch out. Of course, it only really works if you feel comfortable cozying up with your partner, but if you're a couple, like we were, it's the greatest. Just make sure that you have pad straps that hold the two sleeping pads together. When we first got the bag, we contemplated one of those double sleeping pads, but they're heavy and not as warm as the Therm-a-Rest Xtherm. Instead, I've sewn pad straps with grosgrain, similar to the ones you can purchase from Gossamer Gear, that hold the pads together perfectly. It's also nice that each person has their own pad to inflate to their preferred firmness. The Xtherm is also warm enough to eliminate the need for extra closed cell foam pads.
Skis: If you're contemplating this route, you might be tempted to reach for ultralight skimo skis, but I'd urge caution. The snow conditions you're going to encounter are wildly variable, and unless you're used to skiing sun cups with a super heavy pack down steep passes, you may want something more robust. I ended up opting for my Blizzard Zero G 105 because I wanted that additional flotation in the soft afternoon snow. It ended up being a pretty good choice, although it was pretty heavy to haul up Shepherd's Pass on my back.
Sharps Kit: We carried aluminum boot crampons and ski crampons. Both were essential. My partner had a BD Whippet to assist on some of the passes. I just opted for poles. If you're used to booting, I think crampons are probably enough, and you can likely leave the ice ax at home.
Stove: We debated bringing an alcohol stove (Trail Designs Ti Tri), but we ended up bringing a MSR Reactor, worried that we would have to melt snow for water. We ended up collecting 95% of our water, and we could've easily collected all of it. I've heard from other groups that when the weather gets cold, it can be more difficult to track down water, but we could have gotten away with an alcohol stove.
Footwear: I wore light road running shoes up Shepard's Pass. They got pretty shredded on the trip, but they were a welcome addition and served as great camp shoes too while I tried to dry by boots in the afternoon sun.
Eyewear: At the last minute, I ditched my goggles and wore Smith Wildcats exclusively. Although I did have a backup pair of sunglasses, just in case I lost the Wildcats, I'm glad I didn't bother with goggles. The descents themselves were pretty short.
Pack: We both used HMG Porter packs without the HMG ski carry mod, but our own MYOG tubular webbing contraption to hold skis in place without damaging the webbing straps. They were perfect for the trip. I do know HMG now makes a ski-specific pack, but I purchased the Porter many years ago. However, even if the new pack had been available, I'd still prefer the Porter for versatility in other activities like climbing, packrafting, general backpacking, etc.
Early on the morning of May 25th, we left the Courthouse Motel in Independence, CA bound for Shepard's Pass Trailhead. With skis and poles in hand, the proprietors looked perplexed when they asked us were we were headed and we told them “Fresno.” Despite significant runoff this year, the road to the Shepherds Pass Trailhead is passable with a low-clearance vehicle. While we couldn't reach the "hikers" trailhead, we easily reached the "stock" trailhead at 5600'. Starting our traverse from there, we ascended Symmes Saddle toward Shepard's Pass in lightweight running shoes, with skis and boots on our backs. Along the way, we encountered clear evidence of the historic avalanche cycle, including massive trees blocking the trail. Crossing the creek multiple times, we devised creative ways to keep our feet dry, using pack tosses and rock jumps. At the final crossing, we bypassed a sketchy log and carefully waded through the creek with our heavy packs.As the trail steepened into switchbacks, intermittent snow appeared around 8400', soon becoming continuous. Pushing on through snow with sneakers, we reached Symmes Saddle at 9100'. There the trail transitions to a south aspect and the snow disappeared completely. After a few more miles, we arrived at Mahogany Flat, there we switched from shoes to skis, encountering consistent snow for the rest of the traverse. Our first night's camp was set above the "Pothole" on granite slabs, offering a breathtaking view of the Owens River Valley below.
The following day, we ascended Shepherds Pass using boot crampons, reaching the Tyndall Plateau. Descending on firm, sun-capped snow, we made our way to the Kern River, where we were fortunate to find a snow bridge, a crucial element of our route. Crossing without a bridge would have been sketchy. From there, we faced the grueling climb up Milestone Basin under a scorching sun. Fortunately, afternoon clouds provided relief and intermittent graupel. We ascended Milestone Pass late in the afternoon, then descended into Milestone Bowl, where again we camped on granite slabs.
On the third day, we descended the remainder of Milestone Bowl before embarking on several long traverses across massive bowls. At the end of the first ski traverse, we booted up an unnamed ridge marked by glide avalanche cracks. After briefly meeting the other party traveling from West to East and exchanging information on conditions ahead, we crossed over Triple Divide Pass. The next pass, Copper Mine Pass, presented more glide cracks and cornices that showed signs of recent collapse. Instead of taking the conventional route north of the peak, exposed to hazards, we managed to skin up just below the Copper Mine Pass summer trail, which surprisingly was melted out and allowed passage to the next drainage. We finished the day with an easy skin up Horn Col and a relaxed ski down to Lonely Lake.
On the final day, we climbed over Pterodactyl Pass below Big Bird Peak before turning north and continuing to ski into the Tablelands. Once near Tablelands Pass, we removed our skins for the second-to-last time and enjoyed a fun but gentle descent toward Pear Lake Hut. The hut was completely buried in snow, having sat unused throughout the entire winter. From the hut, we skinned up the final hump before embarking on a true survival ski down to Wolverton. The snow extended all the way down to the parking lot, but it was wet and covered in pine needles, branches, and pine duff—the type of snow one can't truly fathom without venturing beyond ski resort boundaries.
Finally, we arrived at the parking lot and found our e-bikes securely locked to the barricade, which the eastbound group had prepared for us. We assembled the cargo trailers, attached them to the bikes, and began the long and winding descent from 7400' to 2700', reaching the road closure at Hospital Rock, the truck, and very welcome warm beers.
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2023.06.01 01:33 User_3971 MHA/CCA/PSE/RCA: Skip the line! Career jobs posted within. 5-31 rollup.

Damn it, lost a day! Had Memorial Day off but got fucked (mandated to work) on Saturday. Threw off the timing. Super-rare Wednesday edition!
Good afternoon. Brief listing of CAREER JOBS pulled from for your convenience. Tell HR User_3971 sent you, let's see if they pay more than .25¢ per head. NOTE: Maintenance jobs are drying up - the In Service Register may finally be seeing results for our already career people.
Some jobs may be part-time regular however all listed jobs should qualify for federal benefits from day one. To save text I have only listed the location and date of posting for each. Use the posting number for your search term. LC and MM are entry-level Maintenance. Here is a Maint overview and here is Exam 955 info. You can DO it!

NOTE: USPS NEVER charges a fee for entrance exams. If payment is requested during the application process, walk the fuck away, go to and APPLY THERE. We even has a video walkthrough prepared.

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No experience necessary for the laborer custodial or maintenance mechanic positions. It helps on the interview but you can surely think of maintenance related experience to relay for an interview. Based on fixing things around your house, the car etc. Always mention working safely.

Pro tip: You can apply for any job that has an exam opening and the test is administered local to yourself. Make sure you're serious and score decently; you can turn down the job offer. Keep a physical copy of your exam score, I believe they are good for two years.
The reason is: These job postings can be posted externally at capacity for testing, meaning they will not allow you to take the exam if they have enough qualified applicants. However, if you have a test score on the books, you are a qualified applicant.

Explanation of MVO/TTO to save time:
MVO= CDL B Can only drive box trucks on public roads, can drive anything for moves on postal property.
TTO= CDL A Can drive anything.

USPS provides the training. (Maintenance jobs at least. TTO and management...GOOD LUCK)

You don't have to be crazy to work here. We'll train you. Everything but proper email usage.
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2023.06.01 01:04 BrilliantNo4825 Need help navigating relationship issue re: moving

Us: mid 30s, married 6 years, 2 kids (5 and 1). High earners ($200k+) both work FT.
Currently live in my home city. We moved here when our oldest was 1 assuming a certain level of help from my parents and extended family, who all live here. I pushed the move based on this assumption.
My sister watches our youngest every day (paid). My parents pick up our older child from school twice per week, one of those nights keeping for dinner and bringing home before bedtime. There is no taking them out for ice cream/to the park/over to their house spontaneously. They do babysit occasionally but it feels like a burden. We go out several times per month either alone or with friends and pay a sitter. Extended family gets along well and we all get together somewhat frequently.
Spouse has been struggling mentally/emotionally being away from their family and best friend. They become angry/sad around family events when they are here and their family is not present. They are struggling with living far from aging.
Spouse wants to move our family to their hometown (14 hrs away, pop 1500). The town is a summer hotspot and has a few breweries, shops and eateries but few conveniences outside of gas and small supermarket. There is one school in the town (k-12). Any convenience such as a gym or even a Walmart is a 20+ minute drive in the mountains with things like a Target store, mall, etc 1 hour away.
Spouse feels that by moving there we would have more “support” with our kids (frequent visits throughout the week, a 1-2 day monthly getaway for us because their parents “would just do it”). Spouse also argues that their best friend, spouse and child would visit frequently (live an hour from hometown). We are part owners of a lake house 20 minutes outside of town and we would be able to visit there on summer weekends. Spouse feels our kids could spend their days at the lake instead of paying for summer camp here. Spouse would like to be involved in a community they have ties to.
Spouse feels like they have been “eating it” for 5 years, missing loved ones, for family “support” that hasn’t materialized how we had hoped. They feel that it is my turn to “eat it” and we should “try it my way”.
I feel that moving there would not be better for our family. We could afford a 15 year mortgage there but the house would be at least $150k more for one not as nice as ours. Our current home is nice and will be paid off in 11 years. Because of the location I would likely be driving at least 20 mins each way to work (if not much longer) in the mountains. We have no daycare there; spouse states they and MIL would share daycare, though spouse WFH full time and travels frequently during part of the year. The school is small (20 kids/ grade). Any convenience is a drive. Spouse is not close with extended family there and dislikes their sibling.
Tl;dr: My spouse is angry at me because of how we ended up here - basically a unilateral decision. I do not defend this and have since apologized what seems like a hundred times. They feel like I don’t care that they are struggling because I’m not offering to move back. How do we navigate this?
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2023.06.01 00:57 JoshAsdvgi "The Female Beaver"

\"The Female Beaver\"
There is a Koyukon story that the old people used to tell to their grandchildren on winter nights, when all the children were warm between fur blankets.
The fire in the middle of the winter sod house would be burning low and the smell of the smoke would blend with the smell of fresh spruce boughs covering the floor.
The story went something like this:

hunting trip
A young man was coming home from a hunting trip late one winter day.
He had been walking through deep snow all day and was very tired, but decided to keep walking until he got back to camp.
He walked and walked, but didn't see any of the familiar signs of home. He suddenly realized that he was lost.
It was dark by now, but he kept walking, hoping that he would find the camp of another band.
Then, he saw a fire through the trees.
There was a camp ahead, next to a lake.
He started running toward it, and when he got to the camp, was happy to see people, at last!
The man was greeted by the people.
They told him that though they looked like people to him, they were really beavers.
He had strayed out of human territory and into beaver land.
The young man was very tired. He looked around at the beavers' camp.
He saw a pretty young woman next to one of the houses.
Although he knew she was really a beaver, he decided to take her as his wife and to stay in the beaver camp.
He lived there all winter long, with his new wife and her relatives.
When spring came, the young man knew that it was time to go back to his own home.
But springtime is the time of hunger, and the beavers had no extra food to send with the young man for his trip home.
The beaver-people talked it over.
They could not give the man food from their caches, but they decided they would let him take one of their children as food for his trip.
The young man's wife offered to be killed.
She would become food for her husband and keep him alive.
Her parents looked at their son-in-law and said to him, "When you have finished with the meat, you must throw the bones into the water, and say 'Tonon Litseey'."
This means "be made again in the water".
The young man agreed, and set off for his home village with the beaver meat.
The man got home safely, thanks to the meat he had been given.
When he had eaten it all, he threw the bones into the water and said, "Tonon Litseey."
Suddenly the female beaver who had been his wife appeared in the water where he had thrown the bones.
She swam away to her parents' lodge.
The old people would end their story by saying, "And ever since that time, we have followed the custom of throwing beaver bones into the water after we have eaten the meat."
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2023.06.01 00:41 2XX2010 Horn Fork Basin (below MTs Harvard and Columbia)

Anyone been up in the Horn Fork Basin and can share info on camp sites, bugs, bears, etc.? Thinking about camping up at Bear Lake to get an early start on the link up of the summits. Thanks in advance for any info.
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2023.06.01 00:15 Johnny_Five_ Fido Mobile Experience In and out of Town

Hi from what I've read on previous reddit posts on #comoxalley Fido (which uses Rogers) is best for Courtenay. I'm currently with Virgin who apparently uses Bell towers who apparently uses Telus towers in the valley, and the coverage is okay to abysmal. I really only experience dead zones with Virgin in the Puntledge valley and driving up lake trail or Cumberland Rd. According to this tower map Telus should have the greatest coverage on the Island! I am interested in people with Fido Mobile and their experience with inner and northern island coverage. I was just camping at Green Point near Tofino and had a trickle, but good enough, service there, and again I see Telus towers all over the place and Rogers towers in major centres. So people with Fido who camp at provincial campgrounds, how is it?
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2023.05.31 23:58 Astralkid12 Gong on a trip here. Stuff to do?

I'm going on a three-week trip from Boston to San Diego. I'm going to Idaho falls, and I'm curious to know what I can do here. I'm going in 3 to 5 hour "chunks" to make the drive easier. I should be arriving at 12 AM in late July or early or mid August, and leaving at about 8. How safe is it? I'm 14 and going with mom if that affects stuff btw.
Spreadsheet for the places we're going:
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2023.05.31 23:58 MrMeak Adirondack trip

Adirondack trip
Lake Harris. Newcomb NY.
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2023.05.31 23:46 AlwaysBeyonce Camped above Osoyoos last week with some free range cows :)

Camped above Osoyoos last week with some free range cows :)
This was night 1 of my trip which also included camping at Lake Wenatchee in Washington after visiting Leavenworth.
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2023.05.31 23:45 Hidebehind389 My Movie Rankings

SIDE NOTE: All of these are in order, the ABC etc. categories just help categorize how I think of them in groups. If a movie is ahead of another movie, it means I like that movie better. I have NOT watched FvJ or Jason X yet. I will soon. Anyways, onto my rankings.
1) Friday the 13th (1980) While the first movie doesn’t have the Jason we know and love, I think it does a good job of setting the tone and style of the series for future movies. The story is an excellent layered narrative with multiple cause and effect type situations. Pamela kicks butt as a villain. Betsy Palmer’s portrayal of her is a perfect mixture of campy and sad. Overall great movie.
2) Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985) A campy movie that diverts from the main story a bit, but makes up for it in the form of some of the best characters in the series. Namely Ethel, Reggie’s brother and his girlfriend, and others. The movie also nails a mid-80’s aesthetic that slaps. While the story is cliche, everything else drives the movie along just fine. It’s entertaining, and almost every bit of it is enjoyable.
3) Friday the 13th Part III: in 3D (1982) This one is good namely for it’s lighting, summer-baked feel, and of course, Jason. This version of Jason is how I like to imagine him. He’s not a zombie, and seems to be pretty believable. Also, it’s in 3D! WoOahH.
4) Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (1984) Hits the same marks as part 3 does, but with much more loveable characters. The Jason seems a bit off to me. I also like the consistency between part 3 and 4, with the shots of Higgin’s Haven at the beginning. Also, boobs.
5) Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986) One of the technically best movies in the franchise. Has good music, and a great coherent story. Tommy Jarvis is also cool in this entry. I would also rate this version of Jason as my second favorite.
6) Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989) A movie that may anger some fans, but I find to be dumb fun. The music, kills, jump scares, and setting are all campy and bonkers. I also really like the title card fonts.
7) Friday the 13th (2009) A fun movie that has a cool Jason, scary kills, and an excellent interpretation of Camp Crystal Lake. The style and characters do not hit the mark for me. The film feels too desaturated, and the characters aren’t the most likeable people.
8) Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) Meh. Nothing really stood out to me. The telekinetic teen also destroys what little realism the series had left. Makes it feel dumb.
9) Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) A very strange movie. Good characters, bad story. I hate the supernatural aspect. Meh, but entertaining.
10) Friday the 13th Part II (1981) The consistency is good. Like crazy Ralph’s return. Very boring overall. Very, very boring. I will say, however, that Jason running in the background at Ginny genuinely scared me. And that dorky redhead kid reminded me a little too much of myself.
Thanks for reading!
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2023.05.31 23:41 barefootslavegirl01 22 [F4F] submissive female seeking Dominant female for role play

Hi! I’m a 22 year old submissive female, seeking Dominant female for role play.
I play as myself, in first person. I’m 5’ 2” 85 pounds (I’m really petite) B-cup, size 5 feet, long dark blonde hair and brown eyes.
Don’t just send a replay to the starter, say hi and let’s discuss plots and kinks, then we can jump in. Here are some starter plots/scenarios that I’m interested in playing…
The pickup: I’m walking back from the beach on a hot summer evening. The hot wind blowing my hair as I walk along the desolate back road away from the beach. Walking in nothing more that a little white bikini, the soles of my barefeet stained black from walking barefoot on the asphalt, “Damn it’s really hot” I continue to walk down the long, deserted road…
This plot could go a lot of ways, I’m pretty willing, submissive and naive, so I don’t really like anything forced. Maybe you target me because of the way I look, maybe you like feet abs target me because I’m barefoot. Definitely lots of possibilities. Maybe you’re gonna keep me all to yourself, locking me up in your basement or secret dungeon. We can work out a scenario
The farm: I’m coming to your farm in the Deep South, it’s a hot, humid, moonless night. I already know this isn’t a ‘normal’ farm and I’m not ordinary farm help. I already know what’s in store for me. Under the cover of darkness, I make my way from the town deep into the countryside. Bringing nothing with me as instructed, I make my way to your farm in nothing but the little black bikini you sent me prior to this arrangement. I spot the farmhouse and make my way towards the porch light, “that’s the farm” my barefeet kicking up dust as I walk up the dust road…
Another fun plot I like. I love dirty places so a farm is awesome. Maybe I had seen your ad online about being kept and used for breast milking, maybe you’re just looking for a girl to keep her ankles and wrists in those old rusty slave shackles you don’t have keys for, maybe you’re just sadistic and you’re going to use and torture me. Let’s work out the details!
Meeting online: Meeting a partner online is the norm nowadays, I found your posting about looking for a girl, which was very appealing to me and too good to pass up. After some email exchange, you offer to take me…permanently. I excitedly accept and being the trip to your destination. Walking to the address, wearing a white tank top, no bra, a short black skirt, white panties and barefoot, I walk towards the door “this is it, no turning back now” I say to myself as I ring the doorbell…
This is really open ended. Did you offer to keep me in your dungeon? Maybe you have an asylum where I’m going to be kept, so many different ideas here.
The road/camping trip: We’ve been planning this for a long time, a summer trip. I’m excited and can’t wait for you to get home. I’m waiting around in my white bikini, already packed for the trip with my shall bag. Considering how long the trip is, I packed very little. “I can wait until she gets home” I say eagerly awaiting you…
This is more a non bdsm related plot but we can definitely include it! Maybe we card going camping deep in the woods, or by a lake, maybe tent camping in the rolling hills and we have to hike in. Let’s figure out an awesome trip!
The BDSM resort: Being the kinky girl I am, I naturally stumbled onto a kinky resort. I eagerly book a month long excursion into my ultimate desires. I arrive and check in. Off the lobby is the holding room. A grey, bare room with a locker and bench, I close the door and open my locker. Inside the locker is a pair of handcuffs and ankle cuffs, the chain in just long enough for me to walk. I place all my belongings and clothing in the locker and close it “I should be out in a month” I say to myself, knowing there is no turning back. I sit on the floor and lock the cuffs around my ankles, followed by cuffing my hands behind my back, following instructions, I wait on the timer for my host to enter, little did I know, I’d be here much longer than a month…
So much fun. What a vacation! But what’s in store for me? Did I sign up for multiple things, where I would be kept and how? Maybe I signed up to be kept in one place and one kind of restraint/position the whole time? How did I end up there longer? Maybe as punishment for something, violating the rules of a session, a computer glitch? Let’s come up with something together!
My kinks are, but not limited to: Bondage, Cuffs, Shackles, Mummification, Stocks/pillory, Straightjackets, Chastity, Bastinado, Tickling, Plugs, Gags, Oral, Anal, Vibrators, Dildos, Hoods, Blindfolds, Pee/scat, Barefeet (I love going barefoot and getting my feet dirty, I’m a regular barefooter) Foot worship (barefeet) sensory depravation, hoods, blindfolds, branding, tattoo, name calling, dirty talk, impact play, dirty/musk, verbal humiliation, Long term/permanent chastity, Long term/permanent bondage, Long term/permanent captivity/imprisonment, Predicament bondage, Kidnapping, Isolation, Being kept as a captive/prisoner, Stuck fetish (eg, having my feet stuck in mud, clay, tar, cement, quicksand, glue, etc)
Hard limits: Footwear (I stay barefoot), animals, drugs, broken bones, males,
Places I like to be kept: Dungeon, Basement, Garage, Farm, Old prison, Old asylum
I’m sure I left things out, so if you don’t see a particular kink or you have questions, please ask.
Only looking to roleplay with females, trans or futa as long as it’s not focused on a certain body part and it doesn’t go right to that.
All characters are 18+
I use Reddit chat
Kik: barefootslavegirl01
Discord: barefoot👣slavegirl#2957
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2023.05.31 23:22 P_Phukofski Road Trip from Chicago

Wife and I are driving my daughters car up to Salem in August and debating the direction we should go.
We are going to camp at Tetons and Yellowstone for a few days.
I booked a site at Crater lake but maybe that is a mistake and we should head up through bend?
We have two days to make it across from Yellowstone, which I know doesn't allow a lot of time, on this trip.
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2023.05.31 23:05 mcarneybsa Lake Side Camping for the first pop-up trip of the year!

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