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    Senior Member The Belgian's Avatar
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    Welcome to HF and the addiction...I do alot of whitewater kayaking and hiking in your area...maybe we will "hang" sometime

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    Hey from Raleigh!

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    Hey there .. Welcome to a great site. You will find everything you need here.
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    "In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks". John Muir.

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    Hey there! Pinebluff, NC. Just down the hill!

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    Welcome from yet another NC hammocker.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutter View Post
    The uwharries have lots of good hammocking trees.

    Welcome
    Oh yeah, real nice for a local hike. My friend and I hiked the Uwharrie Trail from Hwy 109 down to 24\27. I'd like to hike the whole thing. Very nice, but to be avoided during the hunting season
    It’s what we believe that makes us, as individuals, who we are. Suppress that and we all become the same…"sterile and boring." "Sir William Orville Martin"

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    Welcome to the friendliest site on the web.
    Terry

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