Tacky Hiker - tackyhiker

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Hello !

Welcome to my site. Here you'll find updates on my outdoor adventures, including pictures, gear list, gear reviews, and stories. My trips are mainly in the Southeast (Alabama), but I would like to travel further in the future. You can ask to become a member and/or visit regularly to see where I've been. Feel free to write/sign the Guestbook on the right. I enjoy your feedback.

Happy Trails !


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-Wandering Waterer

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"Big 3" Gear List

Pack:

-GoLite Jam 50L Pack

-Bag Liner



Shelter:

-Dream Hammock's Roaming Gnome

-1" Tree Straps w/ Carbon Toggles

-Jacks-R-Better 11'x8' Spinn Tarp



Insulation:

-Wilderness Logics SummerSeries TQ

-Wilderness Logics SummerSeries UQ

-Speer 18"x18" Foot Pad

-GooseFeet Down Socks













Other Gear List

Cook Set:

-Monster Ridgeline Pot  

-Light My Fire Spork

-Bic Lighter (Small)

-Venom Alcohol Stove

-DIY Esbit Stove

-Heet Fuel 

-DIY Wind Screen 


Mics:

-PT Headlamp



-Platypus 0.5L Bladder



-Sawyer Water Filter 



-Mini Mag Light


-Speer Sit Pad



-Extra 1.75 Cord 



-Meds/First Aid 



-Toiletries 



-Extra AAA (2)

-Lightload Pack Towel





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Tacky Talk !

More To Come ....

I have been on many trips these fast few years, but I need to get the trip reports organized. Give me some time and I will upload the reports and pics.

Trips include:
Sipsey Wilderness Riddle Creek/Quillian Creek/Arnold Motorway Nov 2009,
Sipsey Wilderness Caney Creek Feb 2010,
Pinhoti Oct 2010,
Sipsey Wilderness Riddle Creek/Quillian Creek/Arnold Motorway Feb 2011,
And a few others !



  -Tacky Hiker


Sipsey Hang Feb 2012

This past weekend JC785 and myself took two friends of ours to the Sipsey Wilderness in north Alabama. We arrived late Fri. night at the parking area and camped near the car. The next morning we woke up and hiked to Eagle Creek Falls and Deer Skull Falls. I was able to try out a lot of new gear and could not have been happier. JC785 was also able to try out some new gear. Overall we had a great trip and found a great camping spot for a future Sipsey hang.

Standing Indian Loop Oct 2011

The story starts off while Josh and Rich were talking about doing a longer backpacking trip than we normally take. They called Me, Paul, and Ross. We were all game!  They contemplated on many routes and finally decided on the Standing Indian Loop also known as the Nantahala Headwaters Loop along the Appalachian Trail (AT) in .  The loop is about twenty four miles long and we would start out on the Long Branch Trail then follow the AT to the Lower Ridge Trail and take it back to the car. Once the loop was decided upon we started the planning. Back to the planning, the original plan was to leave after work and camp out at the trailhead or sleep in the car near the trailhead. That turned into a night at the Days Inn in Clayton, GA and a enormous breakfast at The Dillard House in Dillard, GA, by the way if you are close to Dillard, GA The Dillard House is a must stop. It is not only a hotel with a wonderful restaurant, but a petting zoo and other activities as well. Well let’s get the trip started!

 

Oct. 5, 2011

Trail Miles: 0

 

After a long day at work for the five of us meet up at Tacky Hiker’s (my) house around 5:30pm. We loaded the 4Runner up and squeezed in. About five and a half hours later, an Arby’s stop and driving a few miles past the Days Inn, we made it!

 

Oct. 6, 2011

Trail Miles: 8

Total Miles: 8

 

After a restless night of sleep partially due to the excitement of hitting the trail and the other half not getting any sleep due to Ross’s snoring or should I say cutting some red woods down.  We all woke up around 0500 and took our last showers for the next few days. We arrived at The Dillard house at 0700 and walked right in and sat down. After sitting at the table a few minutes we began to wonder how the service was going to be since they only took our drink order. Not knowing a few minutes later we would have the largest breakfast I have ever seen put in front of us. They don’t let you choose from the menu they bring the whole menu out. Keep in mind the following plates feed five grown men and still had leftovers. They brought out biscuits, cinnamon rolls, muffins, pancakes, eggs, grits, bacon, sausage, ham, pork tenderloin, fruit, sugar coated apples, hash rounds, and all the necessities like gravy, jelly, and syrup. Needless to say when we all left we were worthless.  We then left the restaurant and headed to the trailhead. After arriving at the trailhead we made a bathroom break and put our packs on. After pacing back and forth looking at the GPS’s we finally found the Long Branch Trail. The Long Branch Trail runs directly into the famous AT and is well marked and in great condition. Our first pit stop was at Big Spring Shelter for some of the guys that was their first time seeing a shelter. We relaxed a few minutes and also read a little bit of the Shelter Journal, by the way the journal is full and needs a pin.  After the pit stop we made it to Albert Mountain Fire Tower which had a wonderful panoramic view. We ate lunch, took a view pictures and made one last phone call to the wife’s. That was the only place we had cell phone signal the entire loop besides on top of .  After lunch we started the steep decent down and set up camp at Betty Creek Gap.  Our campsite was really nice except for the fact it was within twenty-five yards of a forest service road, we were all hoping that some crazy hillbilly wouldn’t crash our party in the middle of the night. We all setup camp, gathered firewood and water, ate supper, and hung our food.  After a few hours around the fire we all retired to the tents and hammocks for a long night sleep.

 

Oct. 7, 2011

Trail Miles: 11

Total Miles: 19

 

Had a great first night's sleep on the trail. After coffee and breakfast we packed up all our gear and hit the trail. Our first pit stop for the day was a nice overlook on a side trail of the AT. We stopped took a few pictures and ate a snack.  While we were stopped another group of three guys stopped and enjoyed the view as well. After talking to them a little while we found out they were also planning on camping around the top of as well. So Rich and Josh thought of it as a challenge to beat them to the top of the mountain.  After finding this out we threw our packs on and headed down the trail. After a few miles of hiking we stopped at Carter Gap Shelter to refill our water bottles. As we were about to hit the trail another group of guys made it to Carter’s Gap shelter and told us they were headed to as well. So JOsh and Rich looked at each other and see another challenge.  They immediately hit the trail again and head toward the mountain. After a few more miles uphill we finally make it to the top of the mountain. Once together again we take a look at the map and GPS and think we have about a mile to go. We hit the trail and about a half mile down the mountain we run into an older gentleman heading to to camp for the night. We then realized we were headed the wrong direction and had missed the side trail to the knob where you can camp on top of the mountain.  So we follow the older gentleman back up and he shows us the correct path which was right behind where we stopped to take a break. When we got back up to the top of the mountain near the intersection we passed the three guys we had met earlier on the trail and made it a challenge to beat. Ultimately we beat them!  Once up the side trail we set our packs down to enjoy the wonderful mountain top view.  After a few minutes rest Josh followed the older gentleman back down the side trail to the AT. Then we hit another side trail that leads to a black corrugated pipe that is connected to a natural spring where the campers could get water without having to climb down the entire mountain again. After we got everything setup. Another group of hikers from GSU lead by Two-Speed show up and camp on top of the mountain as well.  In the mean time Ross a.k.a Wandering Waterer  decided he wanted to go get some water for everyone else so he hits the trail in search of water. The rest of us stayed behind making the final touches to our sleep systems and enjoy the view. About an hour later we realize Wandering Waterer is still not back from gathering water. So we head out to look for him. We walk down to the water spout and Wandering Waterer is not there. We walk back up to the AT and head down the Lower Ridge Trail a few hundred yards and still don’t see him. After yelling his name a few times we headed back to the campsite.We decide to grab a few flashlights since it was starting to get dark and we were going to go hike down the Lower Ridge Trail in search of Wandering Waterer. As soon as we were about to leave we looked over and see Wandering Waterer's yellow bandana he had been wearing all day, boy was that a sigh of relief! Instead of him coming to the group to ask where the water was he asked the old man that originally showed me where it was. He didn’t want us to know he didn’t find the water or come back without the water.  Once I realize he’s not coming back over to us I head down the side trail chasing after them. Once we caught up with him we let him know we were about to send a search crew out after him. Josh then take over leading him to the water spout.   As we were gathering the water he lets me know he had walked a few miles down the Lower Ridge Trail instead of the other blue blazed trail that lead to the water.  Keep in mind we have already hiked about 11 miles today and the lower ridge trail is a decent down Standing Indian Mountain, needless to say he was worn out! After gathering the water we headed back to camp and cooked supper and enjoyed a beautiful sunset view from the top of . The original plan was to spend two nights on top of the mountain, but we decided to head to the car the next day and find a place to car camp and fish for the last night. Once the sun set we gathered around the fire with the other campers that were camping on top of the mountain had a few drinks and retired to bed.

 

Oct. 8, 2011

Trail Miles: 5

Total Miles:24

 

After another great night sleep we woke up and fixed my morning cup of coffee and had breakfast. Once everyone was up Wandering Waterer appears out of know where and tells us to follow him. We follow him down the knob, in the opposite direction we came in from, to a rock overhang that had another great view of the mountains. We relaxed out there a while and talked about the days plan which was to hike back to the car, find a restaurant to eat at, and a campground were we could stay for the night. Once we got the plan together we headed back to where we camped and started packing all of our gear together. We hit the Lower Ridge Trail and made it back to the car a little after lunch. At least the hike today was all downhill and not uphill like the day before, this made for an easier hike. I have to say I would rather climb uphill then have to make a steep decent, the decent is much worse on the joints. Once we got back to the car we headed to the Subway in and searched our smart phones for a campground nearby where we could fish and stay for the night. After making a few phone calls and actually stopping by one campground we decide to head to a local outfitter shop named Three Eagles Outfitters. Ross asked the gentleman behind the counter a nice place we could camp for one night and fish. He told him about a place past ’s that had campsites along the wilderness road we could stay at and a great stream to fish in. We all discussed the option and decided to head towards , NC.  After driving through we hit a long dirt road and went over a skinny bridge which underneath had a beautiful waterfall. We then stopped at a pull off that had a trail going down to the bottom of the canyon in which the stream was located. We walked down that trail a few hundred yards and then headed back to the car.  We then drove a little further down the road and found a very nice campsite with a gravel pull off and picnic table. We setup camp and made the decision to drive back to to call the wife’s and let them know of our new plan. We also grabbed a quick supper at the only fast food place in , NC which was a Subway.  In the mean time Ross decided to stay back with our stuff and guard our campsite. I’m glad he did because while we were gone a guy on a motorcycle pulled in where we had our stuff set up and once he saw Ross he left. After we ate we headed back down the mountain and dirt road to our campsite. While on the dirt road Rich started to smell smoke in the vehicle I immediately hit the brakes and realized it was coming from Josh's inverter that was charging his cell phone.  He threw the inverter on the ground and once it stopped smoking I put it back in the car because I didn’t want to leave it in the middle of the dirt road.  We finally arrived at the campsite After supper we gathered around the fire and had a few deep conversations, and then hit the sack for the night!

 

Oct. 9, 2011

 

After a long night sleep we eat breakfast and had our morning coffee and packed our gear up.  The plan for today was to fish beneath the bridge. On the way back to the bridge we decide to stop at the pull off where we stopped the day before and hike down that trail to the stream. Ross and josh headed down the trail.  The trail is a constant decent then it turns into a vertical decent. They climbed down the decent and wandered around the creek a few minutes and then headed back up to the car to meet us.  Little did they know we were down in the canyon for around forty minutes and Rich was beginning to wonder if we were ok. He walked down the trail to where it got vertical and yelled our names then headed back to the car. He was wondering if we were ok and if he needed to gather some rope to be able to pull us out of the canyon if we were injured. A few minutes later we show up to a "mad Rich" wondering what took us so long. They didn’t realize they were gone that long and apologized for our miss judgment. After our little adventure down the canyon we headed to the bridge to fish. Paul and I did not have any luck, but Josh, Rich, and Ross caught some. After the short hike back to the car we all changed cloths to our clean drive home cloths I went to start the car and the battery was dead, luckily Josh had the emergency road side kit. After starting the car we hit the road home.  

 

The Standing Indian loop was a great adventure. The weather could not have been any better and we all had a great time together. Paul, Josh, Ross, Rich, and I had a great time and can not wait to go again.

 

Our First Sipsey Feb 2009

We left Montgomery at 6:00 Friday morning and around 9:30 it started raining raid so we went to Wal-Mart in Jasper (I think). Rain stopped and we proceeded to Sipsey. Got to Borden Trailhead around 12:30ish. We talked to Elbowman (cool guy). The rain had stopped, but we knew more was coming.

Our plans were to hike to Fall creek falls, then big tree area, then back to Borden Trailhead. The weather messed that up slightly. So right before fall creek falls there is a nice over hang/cave deal that we made camp (we knew it was going to rain, and boy did it). It rained almost all Friday night and the waterfalls tripled in size.

Saturday we just explored the fall creek falls area. We walled up stream (falls creek) for awhile. It was beautiful.

Sunday was awesome. Woke up around 6:30 and it was all white. Took some pics, got a little fire going, ate b'fast, then packed up so we would hike out in the snow. By 9:30 there was a good bit of snow fall.

For our first trip to the sipsey (our kind of first official hike) it was awesome. We couldn't of asked for a better time...We are hooked !!  We are already planning our next trip with the Misses x2!!

PS:  I learned alot out there about gear..I have to make a few changes !

I don't have all the pics yet...I will post more up later.

Pictures !

Sipsey Hang Feb 2012

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Sipsey Feb. 2012 Pics
Sipsey Feb. 2012 Pics
Sipsey Wilderness Feb. 2012

Standing Indian Loop Oct 2011

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