[Toorcamp] Food & water

Neil Kandalgaonkar neilk at brevity.org
Tue Aug 7 01:00:25 UTC 2012

It seems there are public showers and rest rooms, so I assume that water
might be drinkable, but it doesn't say.

Also, should I bring my own extension cord? Will it be possible to run
power from somewhere to my own tent? I have a device that stops me from
snoring, but it requires power or batteries.

On 8/6/12 5:54 PM, Neil Kandalgaonkar wrote:
> I'm arriving from Vancouver, with a stop in Seattle. I am switching from
> a bus to a lift from Rigel in Seattle.
> Given that I can't carry very much on the bus, can someone enlighten me
> as to the food and drink situation? It seems dinners are mostly covered
> in PR0N, but I'll have to fend for myself otherwise?
> I can make up for not bringing items by doing work or chipping in money.
> I'll sign up for a prep night or something?
> Are there community coolers?
> Is water available at the campsite or do I have to pack it all in myself?
> What sort of precautions does one have to take for one's own food,
> against wildlife? In BC it is recommended to store food in a sling in a
> tree, a few meters away from one's own camp due to bears. (Actually,
> sometimes bears even invade the suburbs and start going through people's
> trash.) This campground seems more 'civilized', but just asking if
> anyone had heard any advice.
> --
> Neil Kandalgaonkar <neilk at brevity.org>

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