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    New Member masterchansen's Avatar
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    New Hanger from Redrock Country

    My brother makes it look so easy, but I'm still getting the hang of things when it comes to swinging from the trees. But since I've tried it...daddy like!

    For better or worse, I'm committed to making my hammock experience work for me and...since I'm the scoutmaster...figure out a way to make it work for all my boys too!

    I live in the southwest corner of Utah so I have close access to some amazing country. Granted some of it makes hammocking challenging (i.e. how does one hang a hammock in treeless canyons?), but I'm thinging I'll get some great tips & advice here!
    Greetings from the great Southwest

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    Senior Member Niloc's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forums.

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    Welcome to the forums Master. You do live in some great country. Think long slings and rock climbing protection for hanging in treeless areas.
    " The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it."

    “The measure of your life will not be in what you accumulate, but in what you give away.” ~Wayne Dyer

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    Senior Member avalonmorn's Avatar
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    Greetings from the Oklahoma flatlands.


    Crazy Hammock Lady

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    Senior Member Poppabear's Avatar
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    Welcome to HF I am sure that if you poke around here. You will find all the information that you need to make hammock hanging work for you and your scouts.

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    Senior Member fr8pilot1's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum from the Gulf Coast of Alabama.
    Hammocker Prayer - "Don't every let my wife sell my hammock equipment for what I told her I paid for it."

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    New Member Ozark Mac's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterchansen View Post
    My brother makes it look so easy, but I'm still getting the hang of things when it comes to swinging from the trees. But since I've tried it...daddy like!

    For better or worse, I'm committed to making my hammock experience work for me and...since I'm the scoutmaster...figure out a way to make it work for all my boys too!

    I live in the southwest corner of Utah so I have close access to some amazing country. Granted some of it makes hammocking challenging (i.e. how does one hang a hammock in treeless canyons?), but I'm thinging I'll get some great tips & advice here!
    Spent some time growing up in St. George UT. I sometimes miss the landscape.

    Welcome aboard!

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    Senior Member krugd's Avatar
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    A big Kentucky welcome to the forums. That is really beautiful country you have out there. I'm sure you can find ways to use your hammock in the red rock areas.
    --Don---

    May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds. - Ed Abbey

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    Welcome to the forum!

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