Welcome from the Outer Banks.
Type: Posts; User: obxh2o
Welcome from the Outer Banks.
Your message is eloquent in its simplicity.
The day is on my calendar.
A way to stay cool in winter ...
Classic Boundary Waters. Thanks!
Is that before or after you "acquire" my new cf3 tarp?? :)
Somebody emailed me in November saying that it "might" show up at my house in time for Christmas. Alas, all I got for Christmas was a lump of coal. :-)
A great event.
I'll be up in Canada's Quetico Wilderness Area for ten days ending on Sept. 24. Grayson is on the way home, so I may try to make the event again this year. Hmmmm, I wonder if my...
Last January I picked up a HG standard cuben fiber tarp with doors. It's been through six or seven heavy coastal storms (some people call them "monsoons") and one tornado with no problems, even...
Yes. You'll be glad you have it if/when you need it.
Lots of cottonmouth and rat snakes, a few alligator and one rattlesnake.
Gunner -- Never heard of the "yellow rat snake"? Can you bring one to the hang? :-)
I still have nightmares over that snake. It was very well camouflaged by leaves right in the middle of the trail. Maybe we should send a gator down the trail first.
Love that area! I wish it was not such a long drive for me.
The Kindle, hat, gloves, and water bottle go in my WBBB shelf. Glasses, a handkerchief and small light go into my DIY ridgeline organizer.
What owls? Those were ghosts!
Did it hurt when she kicked you?
Thanks to both responders for the help. Sedona, here I come!
What kind of weather can I expect to find in/near Sedona in December (early, mid, and late ... if it makes a difference)?
I'm from the east coast (North Carolina's Outer Banks) and am thinking of...
LOL! Love it.
Welcome, Grifter! If you can wait until Halloween, come join us at the Merchants Millpond hang. You'll get a chance to see (and probably try) just about any hammock available. Some of the cottage...
Virginians are often welcome in the south. :)
Looking forward to the event. Thanks, Gunner.
Perhaps the late frost got them.
Last time I was in the hammock section of an REI, the clerk did not even know what an underquilt is. Of course, they don't carry them (or did not at the time, at least) so why should the clerk know...
Never thought I'd purchase one, but I won a cuben fiber Hammock Gear standard tarp at the Florida Hang back in January. Now I won't leave home without it. I actually love the sound in heavy weather.
Congratulations. Glad to see you here.
Sheesh! ... just when I thought I didn't need any more gear.
I have always experienced nothing but excellent customer service from HG over the years. My guess is that the complaints must be due to some exceptional event.
This looks like South Carolina, doesn't it? :boggle:
Hey! While you folks were high and dry and over-fed at Merchants Millpond, I was hanging through tornados and a very muddy 2" downpour somewhere in the middle of South Carolina. I earned my stripes...
I hope to be able to make either weekend. Looking forward to it.
oh boy ... I'm getting a headache already ...
I'll be thinking about you folks. Have a great time ... and remember to leave a sacrifice for the gators.
Welcome from the North Carolina coast!
Which airline are you flying?
Is this thread some sort of April Fools joke?
I ordered some Dutch bling on Saturday and then some fabric remnants about the same time Sunday. Based on order numbers, his site accepted over 150 orders in about 24 hours.
That's a lot of...
I learn something new on this site every night.
I don't think moths eat syl-nylon or poly.
Based on your comments above, you at least know the right questions to ask.
What is the "international AT?"
Excellent write-up on the Envy-S. Thanks!
Used mine a few weeks back when the power went out overnight.
I've got a DIY ridgeline organizer similar to McBlaster's above, only without the hooks. It just hangs over the ridgeline secured by Velcro. Made mine out of some spare mosquito netting.
For hammock trivia, I would want to be on Gunner76's team. Wish I could join y'all.