what to bring? and stuff?
Steve Martin · 12 years, 6 months ago
I could only add that I would bring a chair to leave in your camp site, or something that could be carried if you visit other after hour campsites and don't want to stand or sit on the ground.
Brian Dinsky · 12 years, 6 months ago
i realize that it isn't updated as frequently as say.... fruvous.com
BUT... cos's frff list implies that cell-phone coverage in the hillsdale area is severely lacking. this is relatively outdated information.
personally, with verizon, i have access nearly everywhere on long hill farm. this is a strong increase vs. a few years ago, when you would be lucky to find analog roaming at $982734982734.98/minute (imagine that in CA money!). then again, a lot of cell providers recently did away with roaming charges.
all in all, most (popular/national) providers should have decent if not pretty good coverage up in that area.
oddly enough, cell reception got better when camp hell-ions started attending. perhaps the metal plates in their heads can receive 900-1900mhz cell bands. harharhar.
goovie is married! · 12 years, 6 months ago
verizon works incredibly well at frff. much better than it does, say, in the entire city of chicago.
Cos (Ofer Inbar) · 12 years, 6 months ago
You're right, Verizon does cover Falcon Ridge. I should (and will) update the list. Last I checked, though, none of the other providers had decent coverage there. Cingular was barely usable in a few corners, Sprint and AT&T were completely dead. This was either last year or the year before. I'd appreciate a new Falcon Ridge cell phone survey. I think I'll try one here...
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