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    Im from Lexington originally moved to Berea in 97. Work for an Architect here and my son is now in scouts. I hope he goes all the way. He has his arrow of light from weblos. Myself have arrow of light Eagle rant and 3 Eagle palms. It was alot of hard work.

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    Welcome Mike, from another Ky hanger.

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    Welcome to HF from Mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billybobky View Post
    Hello my name is Mike. My son is in a local boy scout troop.We are begging some hiking trips and everyone tells me hanging is the way to go.
    Welcome from Nashville, Tennessee. You have a great group up there with the Sheltowee Trace Association, if you're looking for active folks to hike with.
    http://www.sheltoweetrace.org/

    Either way, enjoy hiking with your son!

    Rain Man

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    "You can stand tall without standing on someone. You can be a victor without having victims." --Harriet Woods
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Man View Post
    Welcome from Nashville, Tennessee. You have a great group up there with the Sheltowee Trace Association, if you're looking for active folks to hike with.
    http://www.sheltoweetrace.org/

    Either way, enjoy hiking with your son!

    Rain Man

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    Thank you rain man.

    We have a 26 mile hike this weekend and we will get to try out our hammocks.

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