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  1. The 2015 Tags report!

    Before I get to the "Tags Report", my cap-in-hand Thanks to everyone for all the kind words & encouraging PM's for Molly, she is really feeling the positive MAHHA vibes and looking forward to meeting...
  2. The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

    The Good, I just finished laying out a 100+ Name tags and will be sending out PM’s starting now. I will start printing/cutting/laminating as soon as I get some "thumbs-up" PM's back. :laugh:

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    My humble apologies for the continued delay, my...

    My humble apologies for the continued delay, my work schedule has been insanely busy since the New Year. I started adapting the WR-II docs and discovered that I changed the R-III more then I...
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    I completed the R-III back in August 2013 and did...

    I completed the R-III back in August 2013 and did the "trailer video" but, never got around to documenting the project, looks like it's time to put those loose notes and sketches into a PDF, please...
  5. Hey doogie, great shots my friend, I remember...

    Hey doogie, great shots my friend, I remember that bridge from our hike up to the half-way marker when we came down for Spring MAHHA 2012. will send you a PM shortly.
  6. Spring MAHHA Fever

    Two things seem to happen at this time every year, I officially become sick of winter and “Spring MAHHA Fever” sets in!

    It’s -25c in Southern Ontario today and tomorrows forecast is calling for...
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    After 6 years in the DIY trenches, my #1 trick is...

    After 6 years in the DIY trenches, my #1 trick is more about a "happy home" then DIY, I always work with down in a tent! My Wife gets a little annoyed when Down feathers wander aimlessly about the...
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    They're South Bend utility boxes...

    They're South Bend utility boxes from "Wally World" The fact that I've filled 3 of them may suggest that I'm obsessed with... organizers :shades:
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    Challenging question for a “Got-it, got-it,...

    Challenging question for a “Got-it, got-it, need-it” Dutchware collector, what is my favorite compartment in the cases that would've held Star Wars action figures when I was ten?
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    Don't know about you, but this version of the story really brings a tear to my eye?

    Side note, this set was the first time I...
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    Sorry about the coffee but, in keeping with our...

    Sorry about the coffee but, in keeping with our community's time-honored motto "Pics or it didn't happen" I had to post the shot :lol: Funny enough to cause "spewing" is a successful mission IMO,...
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    Thanks FireInMyBones! The ads took a bit of time...

    Thanks FireInMyBones! The ads took a bit of time & effort but to be honest, hijacking a billboard in Time Square, in broad daylight was the challenging part of this gig :shades:
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    First off, my humble Thanks for so many kind...

    First off, my humble Thanks for so many kind complements, glad you’re getting a kick out of it. I may have changed careers 10 years ago but apparently I never really stopped being a graphic...
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    Do you have Titanium on your wishlist??

    Here's a shot at "One up'n" the 'Tis the Season to get DutchWare thread from 2013 :shades:

    This year, we went with a series of ads that would increase your odds of getting Titanium for Christmas!!...
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    Just over two years of frequent use and I'm proud...

    Just over two years of frequent use and I'm proud to say the Chairs/stands have never let me down (literally)! At the moment, they're in the Hot-Tent on my deck for a little Pre-season Warm-up. (let...
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    If you're attaching to your tarp pullouts...

    If you're attaching to your tarp pullouts directly, consider using split-rings?

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    That dental floss on steroids is Fling-It...

    That dental floss on steroids is Fling-It, great stuff but hard to splice.
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    Fleaz in action

    The ease of switching from Porch-mode to "batten down the hatches" is awesome! It`s also nice to be able to unhook and flip my tarp back without taking the guys off the stakes. IMO,Fleaz=Ease. My...
  19. After 5 years of DIY gear making (70+ projects),...

    After 5 years of DIY gear making (70+ projects), "favorite project" is a tough question. The canvas hot-tent was the most challenging due to overall size and weight, broke a lot of needles thread...
  20. Thread: Who is Dutch?

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    In Titanium Armor no less! ...

    In Titanium Armor no less!

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  21. Apologies, had a Photoshop relapse, couldn't help...

    Apologies, had a Photoshop relapse, couldn't help myself... :shades:

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  22. Thread: Props to Dutch

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    +1 on "Highly addictive products!" Starts off...

    +1 on "Highly addictive products!" Starts off with a pair of Dutch Clips here, couple of Tarp Flyz there. Before you know it, you're on a first name basis with your Postal Carrier and you need...
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    2QZQ Coffee Table :shades: ...

    2QZQ Coffee Table :shades:

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    The hammock is a bit deceiving, it’s an 11’ bed...

    The hammock is a bit deceiving, it’s an 11’ bed so it’s very roomy. The gear Loft is hooked to prusik’s , it slides down the RL to make room when I’m just sitting in it.





    Apologies for...
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    Thanks :shades: That was the second panoramic,...

    Thanks :shades: That was the second panoramic, the first one looked like a Salvador Dali painting. My summer weight TQ and pillow were in the gear loft, that's why it looks so puffy. It loft only...
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    I call it a Gear Loft too, when its not holding...

    I call it a Gear Loft too, when its not holding gear at night, it's a spare hammock chair during the day. I started using this when I switched to my DIY R-III Hammock (it was the first hammock I...
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    My setup last weekend :shades: ...

    My setup last weekend :shades:

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    Thanks all, I had a lot of fun making this video....

    Thanks all, I had a lot of fun making this video. I actually had to do the challenge twice, the first time, I put the ice in the dry bag before I was ready so it melted during setup. The second...
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    The Ice Hammock Experance

    My nomination for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge came with the assumption that I would go overboard & get a little "Willie E Coyote - Acme" with the occasion. Far be it for me to let down my nominators...
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    The Argon-Sil took on it's first downpour last...

    The Argon-Sil took on it's first downpour last Saturday and I'm happy as Larry to report, not a drop made it through this mighty fabric. In conclusion, I have no regrets in choosing Argon-Sil for...
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    Thanks, I'm currently in negotiations for Fall...

    Thanks, I'm currently in negotiations for Fall MAHHA, the October 10th weekend is our Canadian Thanksgiving and my Birthday so it's an uphill battle but I'm optimistic. On that note, anyone know how...
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    A DIY Hex in DutchWare’s Argon-Sil

    This 11’ RL Hex-Tarp in camo Argon-Sil is the final component in my conquest for a 100% DIY Hammock Setup. Although I’m happy with its finished weight of 8.2oz (11.4oz with suspension, guys and...
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    I am, but my love of late night snacking seems to...

    I am, but my love of late night snacking seems to be impeding my progress? In 1995, I was climbing/training six days a week in addition to living on Power Bars and Gatorade, I averaged 140 lbs that...
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    Thanks, with all that aquamarine glow going on,...

    Thanks, with all that aquamarine glow going on, the water may look Caribbean but it has an Arctic feel to it. Only happy critters in those waters are wreck divers and polar bears.
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    The Bouldering was awesome, great spot, We'll be...

    The Bouldering was awesome, great spot, We'll be going back for sure.



    Thanks, I couldn't have asked for a better location for my daughters first Hammock-Camping Trip :shades:



    Thanks but...
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    Bruce Peninsula National Park - June 2014

    4 days of hiking, climbing & hanging combined with a plethora of photo ops... Bruce Peninsula National Park in Tobermory, Ontario was the perfect venue for my younger daughters first hammock camping...
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    Thanks Zilla! I'm using Argon for my next couple...

    Thanks Zilla! I'm using Argon for my next couple of projects (Another TQ and a Tarp) but I already have the fabric. Right now I'm on the hunt for feathers?



    Ya, those little feathers can be a...
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    DIY TQ gets a new shell.

    I completed my first DIY TQ back in 2011. "Feather leaks" forced the addition of a second outer panel and periodic patching but "All-In" it's held up to three years of active use like a trooper!
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    Hopefully I caught this before you got to bolting...

    Hopefully I caught this before you got to bolting on the feet, the measurements on the bolt pattern is incorrect, the bolts should be centered on the 2x4's. As for the footrest, I will draft a...
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    Oh, how I love USPS packages in the Mailbox, let...

    Oh, how I love USPS packages in the Mailbox, let me count the ways :shades:

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    Ordered two tables cause, I have two feet...

    Ordered two tables cause, I have two feet :shades: Kidding, although I'm certain that resting a heal on the top of the post can definitely take the weight (Aluminum channel is structural and the...
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    All that highly sought-after Dutch Bling in one...

    All that highly sought-after Dutch Bling in one location, Man you're going to need kick-butt security!!

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    Congratulations on the new pad my friend :shades:
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    Did I not get a memo, is there a secrete...

    Did I not get a memo, is there a secrete handshake for privileged info or do you just have to "know a guy"?? I did hear rumours about feathers but zippers is news? If you have #3 by the yard (or...
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    Everyone's a critic, I should have called the...

    Everyone's a critic, I should have called the flick "A Ryvr flowed through it" ;)
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    Dutch my friend, 1.6 clinches it! With the...

    Dutch my friend, 1.6 clinches it! With the exception of feathers and the odd zipper, you've become my "one stop shop" for DIY supplies.
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    I couldn't agree more ;) c4sRgbehMzs

    I couldn't agree more ;)
    c4sRgbehMzs
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    Thanks my friend, you were missed but no worries,...

    Thanks my friend, you were missed but no worries, I'll keep a "Silver Platter" handy for the Fall ;)

    Awesome craftsmanship on the Hammock you donated for the raffle Mate, I was bummed when I...
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    Apologies, Photoshop got the better of me...

    Apologies, Photoshop got the better of me :shades:
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    My cap-in-hand thanks to the Mid-Atlantic Hangers...

    My cap-in-hand thanks to the Mid-Atlantic Hangers for another awesome Spring MAHHA, your hospitality and beautiful Pennsylvania landscape make the 7+ hour journey south all the more worthwhile. ...
  50. All are welcome ;) Unless you're louder then...

    All are welcome ;)

    Unless you're louder then the sound of somebody trying to start a chainsaw, I really wouldn't worry to much about snoring Mate, my advice, bring earplugs!
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