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  1. #71
    R00K's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by E.A.Y. View Post
    A new digital scale. My sweetheart thinks it is for the kitchen. heh heh heh.
    Haha nice - my family knew exactly what mine was for. My younger brothers didn't know what to think when I asked for wool socks and underwear and a kitchen scale
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    Senior Member Otis_Hiker's Avatar
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    Got an REI gift card and already spent it! Ordered a MSR Whisperlite for my ever improving winter setup, a repair kit for the stove, and a 20 fl. Oz. fuel bottle and a SP 600 (with hot lips).
    Trailname - Knox
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  3. #73
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    just snagged a cool video cam from flair4040 to go with my Ti700.
    that's so cool!

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  4. #74
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    I'm new to hanging so I got my first hammock! Can't wait for the webbing to get here to try it out! I also bought a stove and cook pot from Smokeeater908 that I absolutely love. Last but not least I purchased with my Santa money an Osprey Atmos 65!!
    Progress is man's ability to complicate simplicity.
    -Thor Heyerdahl

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    Kiba the wonder pup got a bunch of stuff too. She is a hammocker after all.

    A Dutch cross
    Snow booties
    Angry birds squeeky toys
    A huge bone
    Dog treats
    And a santa suit.


  6. #76
    New Member grantizzle's Avatar
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    Santa was in full effect at my house.

    I got my son set up for spending a lazy afternoon in the woods with my 3yo son. new backpack, spork, headlamp, and a GT hammock + suspension.

    I got a Kermit chair (www.kermitchair.com) and a 0* incubator. good times.

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    New Member PA Pathfinder's Avatar
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    Being new to the hammock thing i got the early gift of an ENO Double Nest, but the better half held out on me till christmas morning that she also go me a tarp nothing fancy but it will work just fine. Other then that a new knife nothing grand just an inexpsive off brand that needs a bit of sharpening, some games and cloths and some non-outdoor stuff as well.
    "Can't stomp us out cant make us run cause we all have freedom and fun. We say grace we say mam if you don't like that we don't give a dam"...."and a Country boy can survive"

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    While not a total Noob, getting back into hangin'. Ordered my AHE cinch buckle kit today to upgrade my HH Ultralite a-sym. Looking forward to the new gear into the new year.

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    I Learn So Others Can Too FireInMyBones's Avatar
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    I received one last hammocking gift: The Ultimate Hang! I read the whole book before I went to sleep last night. Easy read. I picked up a few nice little tips I somehow missed on here.
    -Jeremy

    "If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen." 1 Peter 4:11

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    FireInMyBones; he's a mountain goat crossed with a marathoner.
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    Nothing directly hammock related, but "received" the Bark River Gunny I bought recently here from Hobie. Also received Baffin Impact boots (warm!) and a Gamo air rifle to rid the yard of pesky rodents that have a tendency to dig up the lawn and garden. I put in an order for a MLD BigStar, but you folks don't want to hear about ground dwelling...

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