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    Very Nice! Now I have to make me a Voodoo Stick for the next trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Excellent art ............
    Like to have a poster of that on the wall of my shed .....
    Shug
    Now that is an awesome Idea! Dejoha, those JPGs you made... can we have some kind of vector grafic version with your name or watersign on it? I could then print it and put it in a frame for my office!

    Cheers Mate!

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    Thank you for the info,

    Bill

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    ty

    Thank you for posting the pic's and info
    D.I.Y Newbie Hanger

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    Nice job! It's great seeing everything all in one place for comparison.

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    This is fantastic information. Is there an industry standard on the size or length for the full length ridgeline? I am getting a spool of zing it and want to have a good length for my Hex tarp. If I keep the trees a maximum of 15' apart and the diameter of the trees are about 6-8 inches in diamerter, how long should my ridgeline be to be on the safe side? I will also be using a Dutch Hook on one end and Dutch Fly on the other.

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    Very nice indeed! Thank you for sharing with the forum!

    G-Nut

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    New to hammock camping, thank you for the complete and concise illustrations, well done it will help me alot.

    Kennth

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    This is great info for newbies! Is there a thread that gives ways to provide the V on each end of the ridgeline?

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    Another great resource. Always trying new pitching setups.

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