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    Quote Originally Posted by tabasco View Post
    Thanks everyone for the welcome
    We are not done yet! A very warm welcome from a Dutchman who relies on Scottish anti-freeze beside US TQ and UQ in lower temperatures.

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    Hi tabasco - welcome to the forum

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    Welcome, Tabasco. I used to live in Louisana where they make that delicious stuff--how did you get that for a trail name? Hope you enjoy HF--it's almost as much fun to hang out here as it is in the woods.

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    Hi up there !

    Quote Originally Posted by tabasco View Post
    I cant remember quite how it happened but i was looking up kit for a wee trip i'm planning up Glen Etive for the end of the month and stumbled on the the genius idea of taking a hammock instead of my trusty bomb proof tent.
    I think it is worth a poll to find out just how many ended up on this forum while initially looking for something completely different Just my case.

    I love Scotland - I have the strong feeling that I must have had some business in the Highlands in a previous life. Never tired to return !

    Have fun hanging

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjalling View Post
    We are not done yet! A very warm welcome from a Dutchman who relies on Scottish anti-freeze beside US TQ and UQ in lower temperatures.
    That stuff is bad for you man. or at least, it was always bad for my tent poles.
    Awaiting delivery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Rust View Post
    I used to live in Louisana where they make that delicious stuff--how did you get that for a trail name?
    It was just there in front of me when i filled out the form man. Its great stuff, i take some everywhere. Maybe i will visit Louisana some time; it seems to me that a place with that much cultural variety, that makes such a fine tasting a fiery condiment, might just have the most savoury women on the planet.
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    Thanks all. If anyone has any tips on the particular hammock i am awaiting delivery of, I would be greatful for any heads up advice before i try and bolt it to a scottish mountian in a storm.
    Awaiting delivery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart the fart View Post
    Welcome aboard. This place is great, full of friendly smart folks
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    with your tabasco and my scotchbonnet we'd make one eye watering chilli I lived on Easter Road for six years before moving to D&G, we have trees here lots and lots of trees
    “The censorious said she slept in a hammock and understood Yeats's poems, but her family denied both stories.”
    ― Saki, The Chronicles of Clovis

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    Spent 3 weeks in Alba last summer but was not allowed to camp out by the family. The people were so nice and the country is beautiful.
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