Short Lead Time for Pink drawknife and brush three-piece FZ-B05 to Palestine Importers
Short Lead Time for Pink drawknife and brush three-piece FZ-B05 to Palestine Importers Detail:
Name: Pink drawknife and brush three-piece
Size: big 24.5*5.5cm, small 23.5*3.5cm brush 22*3cm
Packing: 1 pc/ PP bag
Color: random or selectable
Purpose: Baking or kitchen
Metirial: food grade silicon
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An awesome 3-Day trek at Shenandoah National Park! The trip started rainy, but got really nice but hot and humid. [CLICK BELOW FOR MORE]
NOTICE: For some odd reason, the pictures I took did not show up on the video. Sorry for the inconvenience. The first photo was a really nice view from the Knob Mountain Trail. The second photo was the view from the Neighbor Mountain Trail with labels indicating where Kennedy Peak, town of Luray, Massanutten Mountain are, etc.
The second photo is on my Instagram @mark_adventures
Raindrop by Namice
Hydra by Puddle of Infinity
Tremsz by Gunner Olsen
INFO and TIPS:
We started from the Elk Wallow Picnic Grounds down to the Appalachian Trail and hit the Jeremy’s Run Trail. Before crossing Jeremy’s Run, go on the Knob Mountain Cutoff Trail and then cross Jeremy’s Run. When crossing Jeremy’s Run, the rocks are slippery, so cross with caution. Having hiking poles will help you a lot. Then, continue about a half a mile up to the Knob Mountain ridgeline. It is a tough climb with packs on. Be careful if the rocks are wet. Once at the top of the ridge, take a left on the Knob Mountain Trail toward the summit of Knob Mountain. Wear long pants because this trail is not very well maintained and there is lots of poison ivy. Also, we found some bear scat. Bears are common around here because not many people hike up here. We didn’t see anyone along Knob Mountain. After hiking around 2 miles, reach the summit of Knob Mountain. There is no view, but you can see peaks of Neighbor Mountain. Then, begin descending from Knob Mountain for around 3 miles. There are lots of switchbacks. Sometimes there will be little peaks of views. Once reaching the bottom of Knob Mountain, you will reach Jeremy’s Run. Comparing the run to the first part of the hike, it is much wider in size. Then, you will have to cross Jeremy’s Run. The rocks are way more slippery and the water was really high because it rained a lot from the past couple days. We had a great method. We would send a brave soul across the run without slipping and throw a rope across the run. Then, we would tie the rope at a tree on each side. Then, one person at a time would cross the run using a hiking pole and holding on the rope for balance. If wearing a park, unbuckle your hip strap and chest strap so that if you were to fall in, your pack wouldn’t go in with you. As soon as everyone crossed the run, turn left onto the Jeremy’s Run Trail and pass Neighbor Mountain Trail. There are some nice campsites along this trail.
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