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  1. #111
    Senior Member
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    If you are anywhere near Manchester NH, get your Hennessy from REI. That way you have a bulklet proof return policy if you don't like it.
    Re camp sites in NH. I am currently clocking up 4K peaks, and I would say there are plenty of suitable trees at lower levels, but not much high up. Anyway, we are asked not to go of trail in the Alpine zone. Even if one could, the trees are packed and short, so not much use. Given how foul the weather can become in the Whites, suggest the hex tarp, but it is heavy and bulky. It will definitely be better for "camping" rather than "hiking"

  2. #112
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    Don't even TELL me there is an REI store in manchester??? I am right in concord only 20 minutes away... I've never seen an REI though???

  3. #113
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    Nope. I guess the closest REI is in MA over an hour away. With gas that's like $20 round trip. Ha. More than shipping and it would be $20 to drive back to return it if I had to. Plus hennessy website has free snakeskins which are another $20 value....

  4. #114
    Yea, but be careful on their shipping costs. I ordered a pair of snakeskins and they wanted $20 for the skins and another $20 for the shipping.

    I went to an online auction site and got them for $21 shipped.

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