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    Welcome to the mob!
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    Grateful for the welcome everyone.

    The atmosphere here is the reason I converted...it is obvious that hangers are HAPPY CAMPERS!

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    Hey spklbuk .... Whooooo Buddy and Yelcome from Shug...
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    Quote Originally Posted by spklbuk View Post
    Howdy. My thanks to everyone for so freely sharing the vast collective wealth to be found here.

    An extra helping of thanks to angrysparrow for his skilled help with registration...thank you sir.

    I mostly motorcycle camp and camp to hunt. Thanks to y'all, I'm a converted groundling. Have only managed practice hanging in the backyard so far, but the testing has been fruitful.

    I truly am looking forward to my first away trip. I have these fantasies of hanging close enough by a roosted gobbler to roll out and into my calling setup before he even stretches on the limb!

    My virgin hang:


    Shadow, my intrepid camping partner that evening:
    Welcome from a native Hillbilly, Buckeye transplant! I just found my way here last month and so far have bought another hammock, 100ft of amsteel blue, and strapworks straps. Lovin all the info and great people!

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