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    Thanks, Donna. This will be my 2nd HF hang - my...

    Thanks, Donna. This will be my 2nd HF hang - my 1st being the Pine Barrens trip earlier in the year - so much fun.

    Do you have any idea of when you'll be posting the planning thread will open?
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    Forgive my dumb sounding question: what does...

    Forgive my dumb sounding question: what does MAHHA stand for?
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    FS: This has been sold to punkisdead.

    This has been sold to punkisdead.
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    FS: No suspension, just the hammock as-is from an...

    No suspension, just the hammock as-is from an original order from Dutch.
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    Could I use soft shackles instead of biners? ...

    Could I use soft shackles instead of biners? Appreciate the feedback guys, thanks.
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    FS: Dutchware Half-Wit Hammock

    Less than one week old and used once only (this past Saturday night, no rain, spotless condition)

    Length and color:
    Dutch's new NylonD 1.6 Charcoal Grey color
    10.5'

    Description in full per...
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    Dynaglide question

    I understand that the posted recommended weight limits are roughly around 225lbs (according to Arrowhead), but I have read many other posts here that folks topping 250 and even 300lbs are using them...
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    It's been like this for the last two years. ...

    It's been like this for the last two years. It's a real shame because his tarps are incredible, but the lack of communication (multiple ignored emails) forced my dollars elsewhere.
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    Sticky: Jolly is the trail name I "acquired" during my...

    Jolly is the trail name I "acquired" during my 2013 AT thru
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    Dutch wear: Half Wit 1.6D

    First of all, well done Dutch on making [yet] another incredible piece of gear. The craftsmanship is spot on from the sewing work to the double-sided foot box.

    I've been a very happy customer of...
  11. Fun trip, Shep.

    Fun trip, Shep.
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    One of my Event Hosts has a Batona Trail thru...

    One of my Event Hosts has a Batona Trail thru hike planned for May 18th if anyone is interested:

    http://www.meetup.com/The-Hammock-Backpacking-Group/events/221174114/
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    FS: Are you the original owner? Have you had it...

    Are you the original owner?

    Have you had it laundered since original purchase?
  14. Oh man I forgot about those crab cakes. Those...

    Oh man I forgot about those crab cakes. Those were fantastic!

    njredneck, you are the ultimate chef. If you ever come out hiking with me and the crew I may be tempted to trail name you "Chef".
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  15. Great meeting you guys; special thanks to ratdog,...

    Great meeting you guys; special thanks to ratdog, silvrsurfr and njredneck for organizing and making sure we were all fed.
  16. Thanks - appreciate the clarification. To be...

    Thanks - appreciate the clarification. To be perfectly honest and, as Chris183 has posted in those pics above, if there's "room at the Inn" with you guys, I'd rather hang with you all - I'll just...
  17. I'm unclear why you're confused that I went ahead...

    I'm unclear why you're confused that I went ahead and took your initial advice.


    I'm driving 2.5 hours and have no intention of sleeping in a tent; so given the (albeit slim) possibility that it...
  18. Given the uncertainty of available trees at the...

    Given the uncertainty of available trees at the sites you're booking, Camp43 and myself are going to book our own site. We're obvi going to be joining you guys for the fare and fire, but I'm...
  19. RIP bathroom

    RIP bathroom
  20. Good point to bring up again, and I'm for...

    Good point to bring up again, and I'm for Saturday day/night and Sunday morning only.

    I'll be bringing libations (soda obvi), and maybe some s'mores treats (at my own expense).
  21. I'll just bring my dues in lieu of making my...

    I'll just bring my dues in lieu of making my chili. Keeps thins simple.

    Do we have a idea of final costs pp yet?
  22. Done. I am open to making my 20-hour slow...

    Done.

    I am open to making my 20-hour slow cooked chili and bringing that with a few bags of tortillas, sour cream, and cheese if the group's into that.
  23. I, too, have a spare UQ - 20F 3/4

    I, too, have a spare UQ - 20F 3/4
  24. Anything I need to do to officially RSVP for this...

    Anything I need to do to officially RSVP for this trip?

    -Jolly
  25. Here I am browsing through the new posts, and...

    Here I am browsing through the new posts, and boom, I stumble on our trip report!

    Nice job, Geoff - hanging (put intended) with you and Treywilly was a lot of fun.

    Breaking trail was tough,...
  26. Thread: Hammock tools

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    Some of the "tools" I'll bring with me: *...

    Some of the "tools" I'll bring with me:

    * (winter) pee bottle (nobody likes to have to get out of the hammy in the middle of the night, put on boots, etc) - small nalgene, something sturdy - you...
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    +1 for the Dutch quilt hooks. Given they allow...

    +1 for the Dutch quilt hooks. Given they allow for not only the hammock suspension to be pulled a little higher/more snug up against the hammock, but they can be slid up and down the hammock ridge...
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    two words?

    two words?
  29. I think a bigger issue with ordering anything...

    I think a bigger issue with ordering anything from BIAS is that Brian takes weeks to get his products shipped with zero communication coming out of his workshop, unless of course you spend time...
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    Head support in hammocks.

    I use ZPacks clothing bag/pillow combo. It's incredibly soft on your face at night and holds all my clothing for multi-day trips.

    I'm using it on my AT thru currently.
  31. Thread: OES tarp review

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    OES tarp review

    I placed my order last Saturday, and they arrived on Friday.

    I'm positive the threat of filing a charge back moved things along for sure. Not that I like to go that route ever.

    Now I get...
  32. Thread: OES tarp review

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    OES tarp review

    I placed my order last Saturday, and they arrived on Friday.

    I'm positive the threat of filing a charge back moved things along for sure. Not that I like to go that route ever.

    Now I get...
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    Yet you're blocking the ladder and your hammock...

    Yet you're blocking the ladder and your hammock is in the way of those poor souls on the bottom and the top.

    Rule of thumb in any of the shelters is to not pitch your tent or hang your hammock...
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    There's no way all of that comes in less than...

    There's no way all of that comes in less than 15lbs. Not a chance.

    Sharpening stone? Hatchet? Three books that you don't *need*. Overkill.

    Mat? Pad? You don't need any of these unless you...
  35. Thread: OES tarp review

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    Brian came through and emailed me yesterday...

    Brian came through and emailed me yesterday apologizing - he'd been "traveling".

    Both tarps came in the mail today.

    Excellent quality product, there's really nobody else that produces such a...
  36. Thread: OES tarp review

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    I'm afraid I'm experiencing the same issue with...

    I'm afraid I'm experiencing the same issue with Brian and his lack of communication with his customers.

    I've contacted him three times now after ordering two MacCat Deluxe tarps and some guy line...
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    Look forward to meeting you and your fellow trail...

    Look forward to meeting you and your fellow trail angels, Big Jeff! Thank you!
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    Sorry for (yet) another post, but I couldn't edit...

    Sorry for (yet) another post, but I couldn't edit my older post. I changed my journal URL:

    http://northernwalker.blogspot.com/
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    Did you have to go to ground at all? If so, what...

    Did you have to go to ground at all? If so, what did you use in lieu of a sleeping pad?

    Any chance you could share your AT hammock gear list?

    Thank you in advance.
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    Thanks man, appreciated. It's a long journey...

    Thanks man, appreciated. It's a long journey ahead. One I'm very much looking forward to.
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    Can anyone offer any extra info on what it's like...

    Can anyone offer any extra info on what it's like to take a zero day in a hammock, and how they coped cooking dinner/breakfast in driving precipitation?
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    My online journal; my journey has already begun:...

    My online journal; my journey has already begun:

    www.nopainnomaine.blogspot.com
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    So Springer it is, March 15th start. Out of my...

    So Springer it is, March 15th start. Out of my mind excited.
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    So Springer it is, March 15th start. Out of my...

    So Springer it is, March 15th start. Out of my mind excited.
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    What is it they say about a dog looking like its...

    What is it they say about a dog looking like its owner? :lol:
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    Great stories, I chuckled at the leather jacket...

    Great stories, I chuckled at the leather jacket one! :laugh:

    I'm really excited to take this next step in the adventure that is life; especially the pain, knocks, bruises, crappy weather -...
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    It's quite frightening to think there are so many...

    It's quite frightening to think there are so many people who didn't at least do the bare minimum of dialing in their gear beforehand.
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    Thanks, Miguel. I will be taking my WBBB, and...

    Thanks, Miguel. I will be taking my WBBB, and both the UQ and my new TQ/bag - both are rated at 30'. I am planning also to take a torso length closed cell foam pad (1/8"). I did try Warbonnet's...
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    Looks like no approach trail for me, then. No...

    Looks like no approach trail for me, then. No point in spending ~3.5 hours on a trail that doesn't "matter".

    I very much appreciate the advice on hanging in the Whites/shelters and heads up on...
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    Thanks for the great feedback, Cannibal, this is...

    Thanks for the great feedback, Cannibal, this is exactly the kind of info I wanted to hear.

    Should I give the approach a miss? I wasn't planning on hiking it a-la Bryson to be honest - I didn't...
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