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    A little Hennessy action on the Kenomee Canyon Trail.

    I hiked the Kenomee Canyon Trail in Nova Scotia last weekend. Still trying to work the kinks out of my Hennessy. Heel pain is keeping me from a good sleep. Almost considering a WarBonnet w/footbox or a new Hammock Bliss Skybed.

    http://youtu.be/B94TTDG6jWw

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    pretty country, thanks

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    Beautifully hike I have done it a few times but not in a few years watching that makes me want to do it again

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    Quote Originally Posted by saharrison67 View Post
    I hiked the Kenomee Canyon Trail in Nova Scotia last weekend. Still trying to work the kinks out of my Hennessy. Heel pain is keeping me from a good sleep. Almost considering a WarBonnet w/footbox or a new Hammock Bliss Skybed.

    http://youtu.be/B94TTDG6jWw
    Real pretty country! For the heel pain, if you have not already, try raising the foot end more a few inches at a time. Or maybe scooting a little further towards the head end and putting a small pillow/full stuff sack under your knees.
    Apparently, signature that I used from 2006 no longer tolerated so now deleted.

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    Looks like a wonderful hike. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Absolutely stunning.

    Thanks for the Video.

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