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    New at this

    I learned how to make a hammock from a bedsheet on youtube, and now I'm lurking here to learn all I can about what I can.

    Thank you for sharing the knowledge.

    This is my hang:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGT View Post
    I learned how to make a hammock from a bedsheet on youtube, and now I'm lurking here to learn all I can about what I can.

    Thank you for sharing the knowledge.

    This is my hang:
    Welcome to HF from NC, SGT. Congrats on your DIY!
    - Loki,

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    Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.
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    while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
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    Welcome!
    is that a fox poncho?

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    Welcome from Montana - one noob to another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacCherokee View Post
    Welcome!
    is that a fox poncho?
    No, it's a my old poncho from the Army. I'm thinking I'll probably have to snap 2 of them together.

    Right now I have it staked out and suspended with bungee cord since I haven't enough cord to do a ridgeline.(The poncho, not the hammock. I'm not THAT stupid, much.)

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