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    Senior Member NCPatrick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BackPackHiker View Post
    Cannible
    Is that how the Canadians spell Cannibal? That's terribal.

    j/k

    Looking forward to your pics!


    "Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities."
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    Senior Member BackPackHiker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Is that how the Canadians spell Cannibal? That's terribal.

    j/k

    Looking forward to your pics!
    LOL, no that is not how Canadians spell Cannibal, just the dumb ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackPackHiker View Post
    LOL, no that is not how Canadians spell Cannibal, just the dumb ones
    There are dumb Canadians? Who knew? Looking forward to hearing more about your Lawson hammock, ButtPockHiker.

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    I've had my Lason for 18 months and love it. Learned to stake it down and it as steady as a ground bivy. You deffinently have to seal the seams, learned that the hard way but was in WV last week for two days of rain and not a drop using the Lawson cover.

    I don't hook the small loop cords over the spreader bars, that seemed to cramp it. Just them them hang down.

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    I picked a couple of these hammocks up used for a trip I have planned. Got them both with tree huggers for under $100. I haven't had a chance to set them up yet.
    Are people having issues with them leaking through the seems or is water runnig down the support lines and coming in under the tarp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackPackHiker View Post
    ...And the pictures are coming LOL
    So were's the stinkin' pics already?

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