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  1. #191
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    Quote Originally Posted by theflg View Post
    Better late than never! I just wanted to give a quick thank you to everyone who worked hard on making this years hang awesome. RichtorFla, OldDog, Gumbo, Timberrr, and LilRicky are great. I had a wonderful time learning how to make mountain man breakfast and beignets (thanks RichtorFla and Gumbo). I got some awesome tools to use (thanks OldDog). I learned how to make survival bracelets (thanks Vangaard), I caught up with some old friends, made new ones, and laughed constantly. Thanks again everybody!
    Thanks! But thank you for all your help. Glad you had a good time!I second what old dog said! It was really good seeing all y'all again!

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    We had a GREAT time. Great to see everyone again from the last outing I had and even one from my BCUSA Days.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=e04f55aa7e

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    Great Pics skunkape! Let's get the families together for a woods weekend soon!
    Hedgehogs! Why can't they just share the hedge?

    FH3 REPORTS AND PICS http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=66682
    FH4 In the Planning Now! Ask me for more......
    "Vada a Bordo, Cazzo!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flackfizer View Post
    Great Pics skunkape! Let's get the families together for a woods weekend soon!
    Thanks. Yes, the kids would love that. Me too.

  5. #195
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsandy View Post
    I miss y'all! I've been trying to relive a bit of the adventure but it's not quite cutting it. For the last three days I've been cooking our meals in the dutch ovens. Dessert as well. I fired up the big griddle for breakfast this morning too! If it wasn't so hot, I'd be building a fire. Maybe a small one tonight. I need to go to sleep smelling like wood smoke!

    I'm already thinking about next year!
    It was definitely a great time and I am already trying to work out a set list

    I also talked to Dennis and he didn't say no... so that is a hopeful sign

    I've started working on a couple of easy songs already and will fire off a pm when I come up with my "beginner uke-friendly songs" set list (Dennis said that the more Beatles songs in the list makes it more likely he'll come )

    The FH4 may have another first... a guitar/banjo/dobro/ukulele monster jam with songs by the Beatles, Neil Young, Mason Williams, Sublime, Bob Marley, The Eagles, Paul Butterfield (if I can figure out all of the harmonica parts), and more!!

    Dave
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  6. #196
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    Quote Originally Posted by samsara View Post
    It was definitely a great time and I am already trying to work out a set list

    I also talked to Dennis and he didn't say no... so that is a hopeful sign

    I've started working on a couple of easy songs already and will fire off a pm when I come up with my "beginner uke-friendly songs" set list (Dennis said that the more Beatles songs in the list makes it more likely he'll come )

    The FH4 may have another first... a guitar/banjo/dobro/ukulele monster jam with songs by the Beatles, Neil Young, Mason Williams, Sublime, Bob Marley, The Eagles, Paul Butterfield (if I can figure out all of the harmonica parts), and more!!

    Dave
    Sounds good to me!
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    Thanks to all!!!

    Thanks to all for a great time at the hang!

    This was my first hang, and now I can see why the hubby has raved about them - it was lots of fun! (And a VERY rude awakening to go back to a crazy work schedule after such a relaxing weekend!)

    Thanks to all for their hard work in setting up/running such a great event - Gumbo you are amazing and have inspired me to learn to cook in a DuchOven - you make a mean fruit cobbler!

    Special thanks to VanGuard for letting the "big kids" play too (paracord bracelets) (My students have seen mine on my bag and now want to know how to make them - they're even thinking about making them and using them as a fundraiser for the charities that some of their clubs support).
    (It was a gift that will keep on giving!)

    So great to meet new friends and make great memories! It even inspired me to join the forums!

    Looking forward to next year,

    RunnerGirl (a.k.a. Mrs. WetRivrRat)
    Work hard, play hard... laugh a lot in the process!

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    Yay! Welcome to the forum, RG!!

    I love the idea of the paracord bracelet fundraiser. Perfect.

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    Well, welcome to the forum then!

    My wife came for the first time too and now wants to go back again. As you have seen, what goes in there simply can't be described by words, it's a feeling.
    Mike
    "Life is a Project!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunnerGirl View Post
    Thanks to all for a great time at the hang!

    This was my first hang, and now I can see why the hubby has raved about them - it was lots of fun! ...Looking forward to next year,

    RunnerGirl (a.k.a. Mrs. WetRivrRat)
    Welcome RGakaMrsWRR to the HF.
    Glad you had a good time at FH3!
    You've got a year (almost) to get some of those DO recipes mastered before FH4. I'll volunteer to test them for you then. (I give and I give...)
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    So many trees, so little time...
    We follow where the Swamp Fox guides,
    His friends and merry men are we;
    And when the troop of Tarleton rides,
    We burrow in the cypress tree.
    The turfy hammock is our bed,
    Our home is in the red deer's den,
    Our roof, the tree-top overhead,
    For we are wild and hunted men.

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