View Poll Results: Are you attening the SEHHA Hangout in Hot Springs Sept 14-16?

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  • Yes, I'll be there Friday and Saturday nights

    10 32.26%
  • Yes, but will be there Saturday night only

    0 0%
  • Yes, but will just be there during the day on Saturday

    3 9.68%
  • Sorry, can't make it

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  1. #121
    Senior Member schrochem's Avatar
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    there are more pics on the yahoo group
    http://tinyurl.com/24gn3u
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    it was indeed another great hammock camp out!
    i believe we had 10 hammockers the 1st night & 19 the 2nd!
    i got to meet a lot of new folks & folks that i felt like i already knew from HF, as well as talking to old friends.
    sorry for all those who would have liked to have been there but weren't able to make it. i hope yall can make the next one.
    http://www.hammockforums.net/gallery...5/P9150015.JPG

    four of us did a day hike on sat.... hooch made my calves sore

    the low sat was 50°f. great sleeping weather!

    i added a few shots of the new tarp that dave (youngblood) has been working on in the tarp gallery.
    i think they have a winner!!! and i don't think it will be long till we see it available.
    here's one shot
    http://www.hammockforums.net/gallery...5/P9150026.JPG
    i'll start a new thread to discuss it.
    Last edited by slowhike; 09-16-2007 at 19:46.
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    Ok, I'm home and ready to spill my guts! This is my story and I'm stickin to it. The Spetember SEHHA Hangout, now being history, was a blast and very well attended. Plenty of folks there the first night and even more the second. There were plenty of good people and good times. Shadowmoss, Cerberus and I met Thursday at Creek Ridge to stay the night. We had a nice quiet hang and were greeted by plenty of rain early Friday morning. I think all 3 of us spent too much time in our hammocks wondering when the others were going to get up. It rained most of Friday, but the weather on Saturday couldn't have been any better if we'd custom ordered it. Slowhike, Stoikurt, Cerberus and I had a great day hike up Deer Park Mountain to the shelter on the AT and back to town. I jokingly asket Slowhike if I could change my name to "Slowerhike". I sucked wind all the way up the mountain, but loved every step of it. Thanks for a great hike, guys! Anyway, as usual, it was a great weekend. Youngblood's new winter tarp is awesome. Then again, I don't think I've seen a piece of gear that Youngblood cranked out that wasn't totally cool.

    Plenty of folks showed up for this one, Ed and Karen, Slowhike, Cerberus, myself, Shadowmoss, Youngblood, Seuss, Mixinmaster, Stoikurt, Peanuts, Marta and her Hubby and SGT Rock and his Troops. I hope I haven't left anyone out. Saturday brought a couple day visitors in the form of the Dinos and Crawldaddy. On a side note, it's always a distinct pleasure to see the Dinos, good to see both of them doing well. Crawldaddy, you're going to have to make it a point to stay with us some time.

    Hope to see y'all at the next hangout in the spring or possibly at the HF Winter Hangout. Those who couldn't make it were missed, those who were in attendance, thanks for a great time!
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    Sounds like fun Hooch. Wish I could have been there. Maybe next time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Sounds like fun Hooch. Wish I could have been there. Maybe next time.
    I hope so, too. Hope your wifey had a Happy Birthday!
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    Sorry I missed this one. I had planned on being there Saturday, but some personal issues kept me from attending.
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  7. #127
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    Quote Originally Posted by headchange4u View Post
    Sorry I missed this one. I had planned on being there Saturday, but some personal issues kept me from attending.
    Don't sweat it, HC. There's always the Gorge. Which, of course, I'm sure is much more pleasant now that the temperature is pretty much going to stay below the inferno level. Let me know if you want to go sometime.
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    did anybody take any pictures besides slowhike neo

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    Yeah, where are those pictures?

    Hooch, were you warm enough? Did Ed let you use a Snugfit or PeaPod this time?


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  10. #130
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Yeah, where are those pictures?

    Hooch, were you warm enough? Did Ed let you use a Snugfit or PeaPod this time?
    Personally, I took almost no pictures. I was too busy having a good time that I almost totally forgot about my camera while I was there. I think I got a couple though.

    As far as warmth is concerned, I used my sleeping bag as a quilt with no bottom insulation on Thursday and Friday nights and was very comfortable. Saturday night, I started in my sleeping bag, unzipped with a Ridge Rest CCF pad. I got a little cool around 0100 and zipped up after that. I got a little cool again around 0530 and added a watchcap and was fine again. I didn't use a SnugFit this time. I'm slowly, but surely saving for one, though. It may take me a little while, but I'll get it.
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