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    Good morning, from the woods!

    Not much of a trip, just an overnighter. Figured i would share my view waking up this morning..
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    Its a little warm, not too bad tho. The low reached 69, and with nothing but basketball shorts on i was pretty comfy.
    Thanks for lookn!

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing!
    check out my youtube channel! Trip Reports and hammock talk.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/creekcrossings

    http://creek-crossings.blogspot.com/

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    No deployed net, you're tougher than me. I spent friday and saturday nights out in the back country in NC....with all the wet weather, the skeeters were swarming, I would have died of blood loss were it not for my BB net.

    Nice pics BTW

    Edit, oh I see the the net in the BB pic, didn't catch it the first time.

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    haha well the pictures may be a little misleading. i woke up about 930 and removed the bugnet off my RR. I don't think i could ever sleep without the bugnet in the summer, Id be too worried of eating a spider. the blood suckers haven't been too bad for us here around Table Rock Lake.

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