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    Guess this is, "Hello"

    Add my name to the list of Hoosier Hangers, well at least future ones. Iím moving to the Valpo/Westville area in December of this year. Iíve only been hiking about a year but most of my overnighters have been spent in an ENO. Judging by your pics and the weather I experienced last weekend when I was out there house shopping, Iím going to have to completely revamp my gear for the region. UQís, bug nets, down, and rain gear tend to be rarely used in the SoCal deserts. Iíd like to meet up with other hangers just to see other gear thatís out there; especially if anyone have a WB or a NA. I think Iím going to outgrow the ENO this upcoming year and want different features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBreckenridge View Post
    Add my name to the list of Hoosier Hangers, well at least future ones. Iím moving to the Valpo/Westville area in December of this year. Iíve only been hiking about a year but most of my overnighters have been spent in an ENO. Judging by your pics and the weather I experienced last weekend when I was out there house shopping, Iím going to have to completely revamp my gear for the region. UQís, bug nets, down, and rain gear tend to be rarely used in the SoCal deserts. Iíd like to meet up with other hangers just to see other gear thatís out there; especially if anyone have a WB or a NA. I think Iím going to outgrow the ENO this upcoming year and want different features.
    We'll help you spend your money for sure. Welcome. Let's get an Indiana hike going.
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