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    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Location
    Mountainside, NJ
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    depends on weather
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    SWT
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    Welcome from a little north and inland. Good to have you on board.

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    Moderator raiffnuke's Avatar
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    May 2011
    Location
    Pittsfield, MA
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    WBBB 1.1 DBL, Camo Hideaway, ENO DN
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    Whoopies&DutchGear
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    Welcome to HF from Mass.

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    New Member Moradiss's Avatar
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    Jersey Shore (The place, not the show)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotty View Post
    Welcome aboard from the northern half of the state. Don't regret the old gear you gave away. Think of it as a chance to start from a clean slate.

    By the way, has anyone ever told you you look like Hurley?

    Picture Hurley in his 50's, longer hair and never touching a razor, that would be me.


    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    +1 on Shug's videos and http://watermonkey.net/ is a good one to get some answers to questions.

    Welcome to HF and I loved you in Lost.

    Fronkey
    Shugs video's are how I found HF. Luckily I drink my coffee black, no sugar, or he's owe me a new monitor. I have a few of his video's open in tabs in my browser to refer back to


    Quote Originally Posted by kayak karl View Post
    Welcome, ill be hanging at Bass River Friday nite. stop out if you want to see some setups.
    Welcome
    Kayak, Maple & Kaia

    Thanks for the welcome, and the offer, Karl. I have family coming for the weekend, but would love to take a rain check on the offer.

    I think I've narrowed down my hammock/tarp choice, unfortunately they are from two different vendors, I'll save that for a thread in the proper sub.



    Went digging in the attic and found my backpack, a coleman peak 1, and inside a peak 1 stove. Shaking the stove sounded like there was still fuel in it. I took it outside, put a match to it, and it wanted to light. Took four tries, but it finally stayed lit. I think the pressure in the tank was too high and it was blowing the matches out. It burned for about 15 minutes before slowly dying out. Not too bad for a stove that was packed away for almost 30 years.

    Here's a pic I found on the net of the same pack and stove.


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