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    New Member Skipper's Avatar
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    While in the Scouts I loved orienteering. The chicken we roasted at the end was fantastic!

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    Senior Member TDunc's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Preacha Man View Post
    ... We would stop and look at fresh deer dropping, and it was then that I wished that I had some raisenettes . ...

    Dwight
    What, raisenettes are not part of your checklist. Being the biggest kid that usually goes hiking, whenever I take a newbe, I can't wait for that "raisentte moment"
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    "Oh yeah, to keep it on topic. I sewed on my hammock today"

    "A night above ground makes the next days ride even more enjoyable"

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    Senior Member Preacha Man's Avatar
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    I first heard of it from Jeff's site, and didn't even think about it again until I saw those deer droppings. OHHHHHHHH, I wish that I would have taken some. My local health foos store has some yogurt covered almonds, and in the heat, the white yogurt melts. It could pass for a bird dropping, might have to try that one too.

    Dwight
    Psalm 19:1-3 "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard."

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    Geocache. I have my first kid on the way. I can't wait to take her hiking, camping and geocaching. And when she is old enough to kayak... that will be tossed into the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeGhost View Post
    Geocache. I have my first kid on the way. I can't wait to take her hiking, camping and geocaching. And when she is old enough to kayak... that will be tossed into the mix.
    Welcome to HF TreeGost.
    Already making outdoor plans for her... Cool!!!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    New Member TreeGhost's Avatar
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    Is that bad of me? I figure if I start the mold right she will be outdoorsy like mom and dad.

    Thanks for the welcome. I saw a link to this forum on geocaching.com. It is exciting to know I'm not crazy for sleeping in a hammock (well maybe when I am 30' in a tree.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeGhost View Post
    Is that bad of me? I figure if I start the mold right she will be outdoorsy like mom and dad.
    Oh no... not bad at all. If I had one on the way, I'd be thinking about how early I could take him or her out on the trail... & talking to my wife about the benefits of putting a baby hammock in the nursery room... & maybe a big hammock too!!!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Treeghost, welcome!! I too cache fairly regularly, under the same screenname. Welcome here...and, I believe I know the thread you were referring to

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    On the GC forum I am NoHandsGPS.

    Ahh yes the nursery. As soon as I can find some Dr. Suess material I will be making an adult size hammock for my wife and I to feed her in. Those late night feedings just got better. Hammocks have so many uses!

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    More recently I've used a different method. I just kept him paddling so much he was too tired to give me any guff when we finally made camp!

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ead.php?t=5452
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