This trip actually occurred a few weeks ago, but I totally forgot to posted. I guess it'll do for a first trip report on the new forum. So my two best friends, Josh, Steve, and I decided to head out for an overnight via bike in the national forest. We had driven about 13 miles of the 15-mile ride beforehand, but after the gate we had no idea what we would find. We planned to ride to the end of the forest road, take a trail down to river, and find a campsite. Simple enough. Right? The ride pre-gravel. I don't take a lot of selfies, but we were a happy bunch and the shot turned out alright. We found some cool rock arches. We headed on to the gate via the gravel roads. Soon that road swapped gravel for overgrown grass and then the grass disappeared and turn to the above "trail" at that point we were dead on according to the GPS. After more "trail" and a 1 mile of handing the bikes down 3 foot tall boulders and steep switch bikes we made it to the river and set up camp. I broke out my Karelia PSK and my Cold Steel Trail Hawk and got to work on a handle. I whipped up that cord wrap on the handle using some raffia grass from the craft store. Using only the knife and the hawk head I got a serviceable handle for camp chores that night. We had some Good to Go meals and headed down to the river to do some fishing. Steve and I used our handlines and Josh used his tenkara rod. We got some small fish, but the river was really low and we didn't get anything worth keeping. Steve used his Wilder Forge Scavenger and made a sweet adjustable pot hook. As the sun went down we stoked the fire and settled in.