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    Re: What your out of the ordinary items you are bringing to the hang!

    When camping with friends I always take my ipod, portable speakers and alcohol... karaoke anyone?

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    My dog. She hasn't been out in the last few trips, but she's usually what I take...and I don't have to carry her.
    Vice-Chairman, Palmetto State Hangers

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    My son (Tinkr) and earplugs
    see you on the trail,
    Mike

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    I take a Tenkara Fishing set up. I backpack to fish. I love getting into remote out of the way places to go fishing. Best 8 ounces in my pack.



    I usually have my Iphone for some music...generally to drowned out the snoring...mine and those around me. Occasionally I will read a little on it.

    Then a good cigar and some good Uisce beatha...look that one up

    A good Camera.....between the fishing and camera I can keep myself entertained for days.

    Those make it pretty much every trip. Some trips get a Monarch Chair added to the mix. If the trip dictates then I take some better cooking gear and better food than if its a trip I care about the weight.
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    Donna here....to the spring MAHHA...my pop up camper...the only hang I have attended so far! Some are trying to talk me into going to the Mt Rogers hang some January...there, I will bring a motel reservation!
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    "The difference between genius and stupidity is.... genius has its limits" - Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilvrSurfr View Post
    Dice.
    Farkle is a lot of fun!


    Quote Originally Posted by jerhangin11 View Post
    I don't hear a lot about here, but I almost always bring my fishing gear. I mostly backpack up to some secluded lake here in Utah, and that extra 14 ounces is worth it every time!
    +1 on fishing. That's one of my favorite backcountry activities.

    Depending on the situation, I'll sometimes bring a double-wall titanium mug for morning hot chocolate.

    Other than those things, it's pretty much just the essentials. I find between spending time chatting, fishing, hiking and eating, I don't need much else. My back REALLY appreciates taking fewer items.
    Brian
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    Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.

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    I got that same chair this winter for the season as well... its a sweet chair... got lots of compliments on the last hang I was at...

    Quote Originally Posted by howlinmadman View Post
    I just bought a Big Agnes Helinox chair for this season, and I bring my Kindle for reading. Nothing better than finding that good site, getting everything set up, and then kicking back and relaxing!

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    What your out of the ordinary items you are bringing to the hang!

    I bring extra tripwire. I can relax when I know the the perimeter is secure.

    ~ Sky
    SkyPainter - "... and then the police came."

    All these years people said,"He's acting like a kid!"
    He did not know that he could not fly, and so, he DID!

    Live Purposefully; Dare Greatly; Land Gently

    "Never knock on Death's door - just ring the bell and run! He hates that!"

    My outdoorsy YouTube channel is: "WMICommissioner"

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    A harpoon, best when nobody's in ear shot.

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    Bringing my nephew Gabe, my Kindle and a new inflatable pillow.

    (I really, really, really hope that the new pillow does not spring an air leak like the last one I bought!)

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