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  1. #651
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    Quote Originally Posted by swoody126 View Post
    do you have specs/would you please elaborate on the multiple hang frame?

    maybe in a separate thread

    thx 4 the pics

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    I Just posted some info on this in the DIY Section.

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    Awesome Hangs (Pic Thread)


    Me on the East Fork of the Chatooga with the old man on a fly fishing/backpacking trip

    And the old man knocked out after the hike in.
    Keep Calm
    Hike On

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamoEvo View Post
    My test area, a hundred yards behind my house. Use to be a sawmill. Testing my new UQ, need to get a full coverage tarp for winter.

    DSC00019 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Yogi sleeps in the hammock with me.

    DSC00005 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr
    DSC00012 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Porcupine Mtns., Upper Michigan. The white is fog.


    DSCN2488 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Next morning.

    DSCN2489 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    DSCN2492 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Lake of the Clouds. Lake Superior is about 4 miles to the right of pic. The trail runs along a ridge on the right side of Lake of the Clouds, you will see hawks flying BELOW you.

    DSCN2505 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    DSCN2496 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr
    Looks like the same campsite above Lake of the Clouds I stayed at. The wind came in around 9:00PM and blew so hard it bounced the hammock till 3:00AM. Craziest night ever spent hanging. I was glad it didn't rain.

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    Senior Member CamoEvo's Avatar
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    ^^^ Sorry about the deleted photo, I had some doubles in my flickr and dumped them. Oops.

  5. #655
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallPaul View Post
    @thomieboy - where did you camp at Crowders? Great looking pic.



    @Ospreydog - looks like a fun trip.
    Crowders has recently updated their campsites. This was campsite # 3 about a 1.5 mile hike from the visitor center parking lot. The sites have water and fire wood. Definitely recommend camping there. We had a great time and had the whole mountain to ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamoEvo View Post
    My test area, a hundred yards behind my house. Use to be a sawmill. Testing my new UQ, need to get a full coverage tarp for winter.

    DSC00019 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Yogi sleeps in the hammock with me.

    DSC00005 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr
    DSC00012 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Porcupine Mtns., Upper Michigan. The white is fog.


    DSCN2488 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Next morning.

    DSCN2489 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    DSCN2492 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    Lake of the Clouds. Lake Superior is about 4 miles to the right of pic. The trail runs along a ridge on the right side of Lake of the Clouds, you will see hawks flying BELOW you.

    DSCN2505 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    DSCN2496 by U.P. Evo8, on Flickr

    The dog's got his hammock setup. So where do you sleep?

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    Dayhike/Catnap in WBBB XLC

    New hammock arrived this week, and had to get out and give it a go. I'm still waiting for my UQ from Kick *** Quilts to arrive, and it's winter here in PA, so a dayhike/catnap was in order:
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    60 degrees in Colorado on January 18th... The Hammock bunk beds are a win!
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    Any hang with your kid is an awesome hang. Nice weather in Januray? Even awesomer!

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    This is just the beginning. His real hammock is in the mail.
    StoryTellerTN

    Life is always better when your "hanging" out with friends.

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