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    Beeeautiful. Thanks for all the pics! Looks like a wonderful walk in the woods.


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    Thanks for the excellent report, and for posting the link to the inspirational article on Warren Johnson. Looking at the other side of the coin, I'll bet Warren Johnson is posting to his journal about the two incredible hikers, living in hammocks, that he met while hiking the Pinhoti.
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    I miss being able to go spend the day on the trail, I used to live in Pell City

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    Great times and nice pic's... thanks for sharing...

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    I love it when someone posts a lot of good pics.
    Looks like it was a great time.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Great Pics!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by swampfox View Post
    I love it when someone posts a lot of good pics.
    Looks like it was a great time.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Im like you swampfox.I love lots of pics as well.

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    looks like a lovely stretch of woods...thanks for the pics

    questions
    1. was 20 miles the car shuttle or the trail length? IOW, how far was the hike?
    2. gear list? that a ULA under that pack cover? hammock? insulation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by animalcontrol View Post
    1. was 20 miles the car shuttle or the trail length? IOW, how far was the hike?
    The trail map lists that section as 16.3, but my GPS showed 19.8. Your guess about the discrepancy is as good as mine. The shuttle would have been a good bit longer than 20. Just a leisurely weekend walk.

    Quote Originally Posted by animalcontrol View Post
    2. gear list? that a ULA under that pack cover? hammock? insulation?
    you know the drill!
    Mine - ULA Ohm, WB Traveler, Winter Te-Wa, GoLite Ultra20, JRB Hood, GG footpad, plus clothing.

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    Hey Sam. Great report and great photos as usual. That is a great section of the Pinhoti. Merry Christmas to you and Hetairoi. In fact Merry Christmas to all at Hammock Forums.

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    Thanks for the trip report and pics.

    Fun to travel ( imagination ) where someone else has traveled; invited into the images.

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