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    Quote Originally Posted by Hickery View Post
    Greatgooglymoogly ,it could be cold ! Reckon we'd be pulking? Heard no mention of Bob's Dairyland.Will have to find my calendar to see if I can make this hammock'n event .
    As it turns out, "pulk" is Cherokee for "slides down off camber trail uncontrollably" and "Bob's Dairyland" is Hebrew for "place with warm biscuits".
    I'll be incorporating less Cherokee and more Hebrew this year.

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    Dang! That is the same weekend I have a backpacking trip to Mt Mitchell. Of the 8 of us going, 4 are now hangers, so will be there in spirit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisenber View Post
    As it turns out, "pulk" is Cherokee for "slides down off camber trail uncontrollably" and "Bob's Dairyland" is Hebrew for "place with warm biscuits".
    I'll be incorporating less Cherokee and more Hebrew this year.
    And as it turns out, Wisenber is dutch for “wise one" so if I make it, I am following this guy
    "Go sell crazy somewhere else, we're all stocked up here"~Jack Nicholson/As Good As It Gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamburglar View Post
    And as it turns out, Wisenber is dutch for “wise one" so if I make it, I am following this guy
    Is it wise to solo hike up Snake Den Ridge Trail in the dark in below 20 degree weather? Die Deutsch Vampir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roche View Post
    Is it wise to solo hike up Snake Den Ridge Trail in the dark in below 20 degree weather? Die Deutsch Vampir!
    It was that darned hiking in the daylight that wore me out! Besides, I get to camp at 10:15, and no one has bothered to feed the mice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roche View Post
    Is it wise to solo hike up Snake Den Ridge Trail in the dark in below 20 degree weather? Die Deutsch Vampir!
    True voodoo priest. I was blinded by warm biscuits. I will follow Hangnout instead
    "Go sell crazy somewhere else, we're all stocked up here"~Jack Nicholson/As Good As It Gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice View Post
    Dang! That is the same weekend I have a backpacking trip to Mt Mitchell. Of the 8 of us going, 4 are now hangers, so will be there in spirit!

    Ice
    That's a shame. Hopefully we can get together on another hang soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamburglar View Post
    True voodoo priest. I was blinded by warm biscuits. I will follow Hangnout instead
    NEVER underestimate the power and tasty goodness of a warm biscuit after a borderline hypothermic hike. It has few rivals and its gratification instant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisenber View Post
    NEVER underestimate the power and tasty goodness of a warm biscuit after a borderline hypothermic hike. It has few rivals and its gratification instant.
    Right on ! Power to the butter!
    "I like grits,because they have no bones" Chet Atkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisenber View Post
    It was that darned hiking in the daylight that wore me out! Besides, I get to camp at 10:15, and no one has bothered to feed the mice!
    We (well, Spam was) were too busy stoking the fire to keep them warm. Why did you feed them anyway, you must be nuts.

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