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    VIDEO: Go prepared and remember coffee.

    Had to go out.
    Couldn’t help it.
    And hauled 28,9 pounds in the OHM.
    Handled it like a song and a dance.
    Enjoy,
    Blaze


    VIDEO on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/34293539

    The same VIDEO on YouTube; http://www.youtube.com/user/tbhan55#p/u/0/QDhEj7XRByg
    Last edited by BlazeAway; 12-29-2011 at 02:23.

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    Hey Blaze, looks like you had a lovely night out in the woods. Shame about your sleeve, but good thing you were prepared with the tape.

    I am so afraid that I'll forget my morning coffee that I always leave some of that instant coffee stuff in my first aid kit ... coffee can certainly be first aid.
    I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. -HDT
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSkies View Post
    Hey Blaze, looks like you had a lovely night out in the woods. Shame about your sleeve, but good thing you were prepared with the tape.

    I am so afraid that I'll forget my morning coffee that I always leave some of that instant coffee stuff in my first aid kit ... coffee can certainly be first aid.
    Tell you what BlueSkies.
    Having some coffee permanently in my pack is henceforth how I will pack.
    That morning coffee from the hammock is what it is all about.
    Peak of the hang.
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    Coffee in First Aid? Nice.

    Another nice vid, Blaze. I'm loving your setup.

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    Wow,,ever since I made the mistake of introducing my wife to a french coffee press, we now have 3 to pick from to backpack with, and its just a item that I have to pack even tho I can make instant coffee work for me. She is very admant about the french press of which she has now dubbed, "camfire coffee" for the saying. Even at home,,she will make me get everything out and have "campfire coffee" at home. lol,,,

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    sweet vid.
    thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by creativeKayt View Post
    Coffee in First Aid? Nice.

    Another nice vid, Blaze. I'm loving your setup.
    I have bought a lot of gear from US cottage industry and it is all up to par.
    And the beauty of hammocking is that all can join in, whether rich or poor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    Wow,,ever since I made the mistake of introducing my wife to a french coffee press, we now have 3 to pick from to backpack with, and its just a item that I have to pack even tho I can make instant coffee work for me. She is very admant about the french press of which she has now dubbed, "camfire coffee" for the saying. Even at home,,she will make me get everything out and have "campfire coffee" at home. lol,,,
    Yeah, coffee from a french coffee press is top of the league.

    Quote Originally Posted by rip waverly View Post
    sweet vid.
    thanks for sharing

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    I had my Polarpod overstuffed with 6 oz. of overfill and even though it is heavy and bulky it is the quilt that I love the most for winter use. It fits the WB Traveler like hand in glove.

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    Lol, a man walking through the woods muttering "coffee" is like a lost traveller in the desert looking for water

    Glad you made it out alive though, hope the homebrew was good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shewie View Post
    Lol, a man walking through the woods muttering "coffee" is like a lost traveller in the desert looking for water

    Glad you made it out alive though, hope the homebrew was good
    That outdoor spice added to food and brewage is something that canít be replicated indoors, but anyway the coffee at home was great.

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