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    Senior Member Raul Perez's Avatar
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    Awesome trip report! Man I havent even touched my kayak this year! Boooooo on me.
    "If you give a monkey a gun and he shoots someone, you dont blame the monkey"

    The end of the world is not coming in December, it is happening now in my living room. - TFC Rick

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    Really enjoyed the pics.Nice trip.Color me-ENVIOUS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raul Perez View Post
    Awesome trip report! Man I havent even touched my kayak this year! Boooooo on me.
    Thanks. You were my inspiration on that last hike I've had a kilt made and it should be in a gear review soon. I might even use it at our fall group hang on Greylock this weekend.

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    Senior Member Raul Perez's Avatar
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    sweet another kilt convert!
    "If you give a monkey a gun and he shoots someone, you dont blame the monkey"

    The end of the world is not coming in December, it is happening now in my living room. - TFC Rick

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    Moderator raiffnuke's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raul Perez View Post
    sweet another kilt convert!
    Yes he is...he had a little pressure applied for the conversion...

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    R3l@x's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    Yes he is...he had a little pressure applied for the conversion...
    No promises guys but I am going to give it a try We'll see how I like the cool breeze

    I do like the idea of more cooling on long hikes in the summer and easier clean up at stops.

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    New Member skibum's Avatar
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    I went doen the Allagash with my Boy Scout Troop in summer 2008. We're going again this summer and I plan to hang!

    Awesome trip, it's a beautiful place.

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    Well that's awesome!

    Until HF, I never considered kayakcamping. Thank you for sharing this with us. The pics are lovely. I love gears and so the tramway parts are just friken cool!
    InJoy,
    Claire

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibum View Post
    I went doen the Allagash with my Boy Scout Troop in summer 2008. We're going again this summer and I plan to hang!

    Awesome trip, it's a beautiful place.
    Can't wait to see the trip report. Just don't hang that hammock on a game trail. A fast moving moose will do a number on you

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamVenture View Post
    Well that's awesome!

    Until HF, I never considered kayakcamping. Thank you for sharing this with us. The pics are lovely. I love gears and so the tramway parts are just friken cool!
    Your welcome. The tramway was cool to look at. I couldn't beleive all this stuff was just out in the middle of nowhere. The museum had some cool picks of the tramway and trains but they just don't do justice to what it's like finding these things in the middle of the wilderness.

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    My family is looking at kayaking the Allagash this summer and I was wondering if at most of the sites there are enough places to have at least 4 hammocks hanging?
    We are going with my brother who has done the trip three times, but he doesn't hang so I know he wouldn't be looking at trees in the same way.
    Thank you.

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