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  1. #11
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    Jun 2019
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    Yes it does. Thanks so much!

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    Mar 2012
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    Wasteland that is IN
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    Welcome Julie!

    Ah reflective cord. Don't get me started. An inside joke that may show it's ugly head if someone points us in that direction

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    May 2013
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    Clayton, NC
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    Welcome to the site, plenty of hammock hanging events coming up.
    Straight out of Clayton.

    Most physical hike: Grandfather Mountain, NC. Aug 13.

    I don't need to make my pack lighter. I need to make my (_*_) lighter.

  4. #14

    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Location
    Morris County, NJ, USA
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    Hiya @JulieT!

    Welcome to hammock hanging from New Hel...ummm.. New Jersey.. yep.. I'm packing up a non AC attic in my home on one of the HOTTEST/most humid days of this year!!

    I'm relatively new too, but hope you all learn alot and have some GREAT trips ahead of you!
    ~~~NJHEART2HEART Dawn~~~
    "Seek God, Embrace the Journey, Leave a Legacy of Love"

  5. #15
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    Dec 2018
    Location
    Buford, GA
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    Hello, JulieT.

    Matt in Buford, GA here. I've been hanging for a year+ now and love it. I've even got some of my son's Scout troop into hanging when we have troop camping events.
    I'm all about the Reflective Dutch Cord for tieouts. I've outfitted my two tarps with the yellow reflective cord, plus glow-in-the-dark cord locks. Always makes it soooo easy to hone right in on my hang in a dark campground at night. Turn that way with my headlamp shining and my tarp/hammock light up all shiny yellow. There's a noticeable lack of tripping over tieouts in the dark now, as well.

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