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    Nice poem NCP.
    I did a three night solo in Joyce Kilmer years ago. Beautiful place.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Those are some big trees! Wow!

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    Hey, Slobro,
    I have the same problem I end up using a combination of Stock HH Tree Huggers, size huge, and rope. Works most of the time. Was that Linton Lake you were at?

    BF

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfoot2 View Post
    Hey, Slobro,
    I have the same problem I end up using a combination of Stock HH Tree Huggers, size huge, and rope. Works most of the time. Was that Linton Lake you were at?

    BF
    Sorry I'm sooooo late in responding. I've been out of town for the past week+ with the relatives. No not Linton Lakes - It was along the Rebel Creek Loop near Trail Creek on the extreme western edge of the Three Sisters Wilderness.
    I'm in Eugene temporarily for a few more months. We came to Oregon from Texas- where we have trees, but nothing like these giants. A walk through the forest here is truly humbling.

    -SlowBro

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