Piney Peril – November Camping
Cold-weather camping trip in the Pine Barrens to separate the girls from the women. There is a call for adventure into the territory of the goat-headed, bat-winged, forked-tail, hoof-footed, ugly MFer known as the jersey devil.
Yamahas are ugly, but not nearly as much as the Jersey Devil
Meet at Cast & Salvage Saturday Nov 9th at 1:00 PM. Shove off by 2:00. Cabin is in Pemberton, NJ. It should take about an hour and a half to get there with stopping at a liquor store/Sonic/grocery store. The total distance to get there is 31.5 Miles. Come freshly fed and gassed up. We will travel around 50mph or lower so small displacement bikes can go.
$5 goes towards weenies and sausages over the fire with kraut at night, coffee in the morning and I’ll probably make a breakfast run for like bagels and/or donuts.
BYO Water. No accessible running potable water. The cabin has 6 bunks but there is lots of room to throw down a sleeping bag/mexican blanket. Bring a tent if you dont feel like sharing a cabin with a bunch of other dudes. Jersey Devil might ravage ya in your little nylon tent though.
Its November so it might be cold. Lows average in the high 30s and Highs are right around 60.
Sunday there will be a dual sport ride. All the roads we will be riding on are public roads (even the sand/gravel ones) which require your bike to be street legal. The police are back there and they do check your equipment and if you are riding a bike not fit for public roads (spark arrestors included) they have been known to confiscate bikes.
If you go on the dual sport ride, we will probably get back to Philly around dinner time on Sunday, but the schedule can be adjusted in either direction.
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Published - Nov 28, 2012
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