I'm in. It'll be great to see you all again.
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I'm in. It'll be great to see you all again.
Talk about intimidating! You have enough superior photography to fill an attic of National Geographics. Beautiful shooting. Seriously, nice stuff. And thanks for the kind words. It was a pleasure...
Wow, Black Wolf. That was great.
Thank you all for your gracious comments on the video. I'm looking forward to seeing you again next year.
Incredible pictures by everyone. This was my first organized hang. I left with a bunch of new friends, new hanging tips and suggestions, great memories and a belly full of the best gumbo on the...
Good to know. That was my inclination, but wondered about running it underneath. Adjustable ridge line and snakeskins on the way for my mamba. Thanks for the tips everyone. Love this forum.
Great photos as always David. Terrific seeing you again. Take care of yourself and heal up fast.
Buffalo River USGS Website is showing Ponca as very low. There is still that 50% chance of rain.
I plan on bringing my yak. I can only carry one kayak, but I can help shuttle people. I'm looking forward to meeting you all. Ponca to Kyle's sounds great.
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing an awesome trip.
As always, I enjoyed your video. Perhaps you can create some videos of your building project. I'll keep an eye on your YouTube channel.
I am in. I have been looking forward to this since last fall.
You live in a beautiful country. I enjoyed every peaceful minute of your video. Thanks so much for sharing.
Great pics and awesome father/son trip. Nice post.
There are good trips and others not so good for sure. Spring is around the corner. Glad you had a chance to mess with your gear. That's always a plus.
Great trip in some gorgeous country.
Merry Christmas. That was fascinating. Thanks for posting.
Hey everyone, thanks for the posts and terrific suggestions. You guys rock.
Great trip. Love the retro gear. You all know how to cook and eat on the trail. Nice looking steaks.
I had a great hike on the Pigeon Roost Trail in NW Arkansas Saturday. I was jonesin' to try out my Warbonnet Mamajamba and my 40 degree Phoenix 3/4 underquilt. The plus 50 degree day diminished to a...
I can't wait for the subsequent chapters. Great writing.
Great adventure! When we step into the woods, we do so with the understanding we'll do our best against whatever comes along. Thanks for your great attitude and sense of humor. Your videos are...
That is awesome. Great memories for both of you.
Looks like a great time. Great video, Babelfish. I'm looking forward to my first group hang in March here in AR.
SOLD pending funds.
*SOLD* Silnylon, lightweight, in great condition. 125"×84" 10.2 oz. I'm getting a bigger tarp. I'll let this one go for $80 shipped. *SOLD*
David, thank you so much for the beautifully crafted photos and Smokehouse, we missed you and MrClean at the campfire. Cheers my friends.
William (MrClean), thanks so much. Really appreciate it. I still have my house at Lake Waukomis. Lived in Platte Co. most of my adult life. Great to meet another Northlander. Love it here in NW...
Nice pics. Glad your trip went well. You really put your gear to the test.
Hey Fellas, I searched around on the FAQs but I seem to be unable to find info on embedding a video. I used the embed tags from YouTube to no avail. I know the answer is simple, which is good because...
A beautiful fall hang on the Buffalo River Trail with a guest appearance from the forum's own Burning Cedar.
Loved your video and thank you for sharing what looked like a wonderful trip.
You will have a great time. Nothing like waking up in the backcountry alone. So invigorating.
If weight is not an issue, I would tend to agree. I defer to the experienced hangers on this one however.
Wow. Great pics of what looks like a successful trip. Dinner looks terrific. Nice brownie too.
PM sent. I'll take it.
My last two (and first two) hangs I have used my thermarest guidelite with minimal inflation. Temps in the low to mid 50s with my sleeping bag have given me comfy sleep. I don't like the pad slipping...
Welcome from another noob. I love hangin'! I love this forum. I have always hung my food a safe distance away from my tent (now hammock). Never had trouble with bears here in AR, never in CO and...
Great video. Thanks for sharing your experience. Gotta ask, is that the Go Pro camera?
Bubba, I like your idea. I might just do this on my No See Um hammock. Thanks!
Well done, fellas. I'm learning there are a ton of creative people on this forum.
You should contact me next month if you want to meet up for a trip. Burning Cedar might be interested too.
I backpacked the first 5 miles of the Ozark Highlands Trail in Arkansas this past weekend. Happy to say the unexpected rainstorm caught me prepared like a good scout. Enjoy the video....
Glad you're back. Hope you had a great experience. Prayers are sent anyway. We can all use a little help. Man, I love hiking alone. It's such a humbling experience. Sleeping in the woods alone builds...
It's a single. I liked the zip bug netting and frankly the price made this hammock attractive. I figured I couldn't go wrong getting started with the HammockBliss.
You all are so gracious. Thank you for the excellent feedback and kind words. Glad to be aboard.
Hey Brian, on the advice of many, I used my Thermarest pad with minimal inflation. Worked out great. I never got cold but the temps were in the lower 50s. I just watched Shug's underquilt video, so I...
Spectacular photos. What a beautiful trip.
I'd like to share my first hanging trip with you on video. A wonderful night of sleeping at Horseshoe Bend on the Buffalo River, AR. As I say in the video, "I am hooked!"...