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  1. #21
    Senior Member wyleone's Avatar
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    I do have one question. What will you do in a few months when you aren't a "noobhanger" anymore?

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    Welcome from Indiana

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    I will legally change my name to "knoweverythingabouthanging guy"

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    "YO" from Ohio. newbie to newbie
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    "adapt, improvise, overcome" Clint Eastwood - Heart brake ridge

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    Senior Member wyleone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoobHanger View Post
    I will legally change my name to "knoweverythingabouthanging guy"
    Hehehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyleone View Post
    Hehehehe
    Thought you might like that one.

    I've never camped since moving to the south. I'm planning a trip to Shepard State Park in Gautier, MS this weekend. Gonna be trying out my hammocks for the first time on an overnighter. Anyone have any tips?
    Last edited by NoobHanger; 09-04-2011 at 18:55. Reason: Incorrect location

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoobHanger View Post
    I will legally change my name to "knoweverythingabouthanging guy"
    Noob, welcome aboard from Florida. Betcha there aren't many here who would be willing to take on that title, good luck
    Most of us end up poorer here but richer for being here. Olddog, Fulltime hammocker, 365 nights a year.

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    Senior Member wyleone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoobHanger View Post
    Thought you might like that one.

    I've never camped since moving to the south. I'm planning a trip to Shepard State Park in Gautier, MS this weekend. Gonna be trying out my hammocks for the first time on an overnighter. Anyone have any tips?

    You have the right hammock for Shepard SP. I have treated my hammocks with Permithrin. It keeps mosquitoes from biting through from the bottom. When you hang it, try to get your suspension on a 30degree angle. That is the preferred angle to get the best possible comfort.

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by wyleone View Post
    You have the right hammock for Shepard SP. I have treated my hammocks with Permithrin. It keeps mosquitoes from biting through from the bottom. When you hang it, try to get your suspension on a 30degree angle. That is the preferred angle to get the best possible comfort.
    Thanks, wyleone! I'm two days away from my first hammock camping experience! I'm very excited! Weather forecast is looking like 84 high and 63 lows. Hope to come home with a load of frogs, too. I'll give a trip report with pics when I return!

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    Senior Member wyleone's Avatar
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    I am hanging on the banks of the Econfina Creek in FL myself. Hope you have a good time, we will be waiting on that report.

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