I got XJhammock from my Jeep. Most people know how wranglers are called jk's, cj's... etc. Well the nick name for cherokee's is XJ. Ive done all the work myself.
Moytoy is a Cherokee word meaning "rainmaker". It's my trail name. There were two Cherokee chiefs named Moytoy. One was Moytoy of Tellico and that is where I spent most of my first 20 years so the name meant something to me. My first wife was Cherokee so that may have played into my wanting an Indian trail name also.
When I was setting up my profile, there was a copy of Ernest Hemingways's "For Whom the Bell Tolls" on my desk next to the computer. It was the first thing I saw so I added an extra 'M' and that was that.
with two m's, like "hammock."
It's a Tarp !
"The essential psychological requirement of a free society is the willingness on the part of the individual to accept responsibility for his life." ~ Edith Packer
Self Defense - Emergency Care - Outdoor Skills
Empowering You To Explore The Wild, Beautiful World
CAMP FIRE ! A 3 Day Backcountry Experience Dedicated to Empowerment and Self Reliance. http://www.mountainforge.org/workshops.html
I put this up on my introduction but it seemed relevant...
A buddy of mine drug me to the 2012 summer hang at Scott lake here in Oregon. When we arrived DeDominick kept calling me his plus one, so as a funny I introduced myself as such and the name stuck. Then the next day during a raffle, I wrote +one and the guy couldn't figure out who 'tone' was... so, after about a solid minute of mockery and laughter my name was endeared to be tone+one.
Fortunate, I suppose that I got to go to a HF event and be essentially named by HF peeps without having actually joined HF.
SageGirl? I'd rather be outdoors than anywhere else.
It means that I am an old gringo.
It may not be rocket science, but it's still science.
Bro-Stache is taken from a commercial for car insurance. I thought it was funny so I took it as my screen name. I hope to have a magnificent bro-Stache someday.