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  1. #61
    New Member UltraZim's Avatar
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    I usually wake up, get the bear bag and take care of "business", then back to the hammock. Eat my pop-tart, drink coco, and enjoy the view whilst laying in the hammock. Afterward, I lay there, pray and plan out my day. After these essential tasks are complete it is off to the races. I go camping to relax, and have fun.
    -UltraZim

    "No matter where you go; There you are." -BB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
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    I see you say that in all your vids but you're booking far too many miles for that to be true. I'm a 3 or 4 (or 5) coffee before I'm ready to roll.

    (But I did have my first "coffee from the hammock" last weekend and it is **** near perfection. Thanks!)
    Last edited by wideguy; 05-26-2017 at 23:10.

  3. #63
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    I'm a sleep as late as I can kind of hiker. If that means sleeping till 9 or 10 then so be it . My high milage days are behind me in a big way. It's all about the time in the woods for me now.

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  4. #64
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    If I'm solo you likely won't see me roll out of the hammock till almost lunch. (Brunch from the hammock anyone?)

    When with my trail buddy I'm usually up early make coffee and start packing. By time I'm done with coffee he's impatiently waiting staring wondering if I intend on hurrying at any point. Then again if i had been packed up and waiting before someone got up i probably would be the same way. We're both early risers for work, heck I'm up at 2 am almost every morning, and he's usually up by 3_4, but in the woods I have no time schedule too keep. Except my calls home to momma, I just don't worry unless it's time to leave. Then I get sad.

    Mileage is no biggie for me, I run my tail off in the rat race called life, woods time for me is exploring, enjoying, and relaxing.
    Where the trail ends the adventure begins!

  5. #65
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    Getting up and getting going would feel too much like a day in the office and make me grumpy and out of sorts for the whole day. No, the whole reason I go is to forget about schedules, the clock itself, and any structure other than what strikes me at that moment in time. I laze through a morning.

    For me it's not really a choice. There is something hard-wired into me. I need to wake up slowly, very slowly, and I'm comfortable in that. I feel it will help me live a longer life.

  6. #66
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    I like to wake up and go right away. The problem is I am always the first one up. So I pretty much relax and wait for everyone else.

  7. #67
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    have water
    an apple
    hang out
    search for the propper bags for my stuff
    fiddle with my suspension
    dust off everything might have ticks on it
    hang up bags, hang them some other place, switch again
    fiddle with my hammock
    start packing up

    and much more... not really built a good routine yet.

  8. #68
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    Since I usually sleep poorly while hanging, I just assume try to sleep a little longer in the am if I am able. Doesn't always work though, and I usually need to hit the trail or head home.

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