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    Re: BRAZILIAN Style - Storing and Tying up Hammocks!

    Awesome video dude...
    Live, Laugh, Love, if that doesn't work. Load, Aim and Fire, repeat as necessary...

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    Thanks for sharing. All of this makes me want to try a Brazilian.

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    Thumbs up Thanx!

    Thank you all! You guys inspire me! I already have ideas for my next video! Send your email so that way when as soon as I have it posted you will get an instant email letting you know! =)

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    Hi Dennis! Loved your video.

    My hiking buddy, MuhKeeTa (He's not a hammock hanger. So he's not on this forum) shares your same hearing loss. He's completely deaf in one ear and relies on a hearing aid for the other ear. Like you, he's starting a video series on his adventures in the wild. I'll point him towards your YouTube channel.

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    Dennis you totally rock. That was a fun video. So glad to have you on the forum.

    I also am completely deaf in my right ear. God has blessed me with still perfect acuity in my left ear. Can't afford the BAHA (bone anchor hearing aid) to compensate for the loss of the right but there is grace for all things and I can function well enough without it. Keep the vids coming.
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    Nice video - keep them coming man! It would be nice to live where the entire country loves to hang - I guess we just have to keep trying to convert

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    Enjoyed learning about your hammock storage methods Denis. Thanks - nice video!!
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    Nice job Denis! Very well done indeed. Here I thought "A Brazilian" was something my wife got at the day spa. Thanks for the education.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilvrSurfr View Post
    I wish that method would work for me. Doesn't matter how I store it, my wife takes my hammock down.
    Women are very picky when it comes time to beauty and objects that don't match their world and environment. I ask, is your hammock pretty and made of cotton? If it is a dark green and made of nylon, it prolly looks flimsy and wrinkled...and if it is in the middle of attention then you have all odds against you!

    Look for Brazilian cotton hammocks, that has a soft color and set it up on the side some where it doesn't call a lot of attention...

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