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    Myspace

    I didn't know where to put this so here it is.

    I walked across Spain last Fall. It was an 850 km trek across the Pyranees, then west to the coast.

    The website is www.myspace.com/caminosantiago2

    I hope you'll take a look at the trip and click to be my friend and show me your space if you have one.

    It was an awesome trek and I'm planning to go again next Fall. We did not take hammocks because we didn't know about them yet. However, we're going again. This time I'll walk from Sevilla up and will take my hammock.

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    thank you annie, you brought wonderful memories!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    I didn't know where to put this so here it is.

    I walked across Spain last Fall. It was an 850 km trek across the Pyranees, then west to the coast.

    The website is www.myspace.com/caminosantiago2

    I hope you'll take a look at the trip and click to be my friend and show me your space if you have one.

    It was an awesome trek and I'm planning to go again next Fall. We did not take hammocks because we didn't know about them yet. However, we're going again. This time I'll walk from Sevilla up and will take my hammock.


    i really like Ave Maria Opera adds a nice touchneo
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    Wow! Neat trip Annie!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Annie what hammock are you taken with you if you dont mind me asking.

    I will go on myspace when im done here and add you to it.

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    Annie, That looks like a fantastic trip!!!! thanks for the post. You, or someone with you has a good eye for photos.
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    What hammock

    We haven't decided yet which hammock we'll take.

    I've just sold my HH and bought a new Speers.

    I'd also be interested in trying the Clark.

    I mostly want lightweight, I only like to carry about 15 pounds.

    It'll be hot, so probably no need for underquilt, but flies are usually a problem in Spain in the Fall with all the cattle.

    The Clark looks very interesting. I'm not sure what it weighs though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    We haven't decided yet which hammock we'll take.

    I've just sold my HH and bought a new Speers.

    I'd also be interested in trying the Clark.

    I mostly want lightweight, I only like to carry about 15 pounds.

    It'll be hot, so probably no need for underquilt, but flies are usually a problem in Spain in the Fall with all the cattle.

    The Clark looks very interesting. I'm not sure what it weighs though.
    Annie the noth american is
    Weight: 3 lbs 3 oz / 1.44 kg
    Climate: All climates
    Max Load: 700 lbs. / 318 kg
    Recommended Safety Load:
    350 lbs. / 159 kg

    the tropical is
    Weight: 2 lbs 13 oz / 1.28 kg
    Climate: Warm
    Max Load: 700 lbs. / 318 kg
    Recommended Safety Load:
    350 lbs. / 159 kg

    the ultra light is
    Weight: 2 lbs 6 oz / 1.08 kg
    Climate: Warm
    Max Load: 600 lbs. / 272 kg
    Recommended Safety Load:
    300 lbs. / 136 kg

    And all can be made in camo for a bit more money take a look at there website.

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    Thanks

    Thanks Cavediver

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