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    Thanks Donna and Tim, and all the others that helped plan and put on another great hang.

    Looking forward to the photos
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    Woo Hoo!....What a Ride!

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    Donna
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    sounds like an awesome time! perhaps next year
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    As I stated in the "other" thread....... thanks to all those responsible for putting this together.

    It didn't work out the way I had hoped this year, but there is always next!
    Nice seeing/meeting those that I ran into on my short flash through the scene.
    Sorry I didn't get to stay for the dinner.

    Has anyone seen my butter?........ LOL

    See ya in 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydave View Post
    As I stated in the "other" thread....... thanks to all those responsible for putting this together.
    Donna here...Thanks for posting the link to the "other" thread. I wanted to do that, but didn't know how...and was glad you did it.
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    2013 Spring MAHHA summary and pictures

    My first and not my last Hang. Awesome job putting this together. Can hardly wait for the fall hang. What a great group of people. Glad I hung in the Canadian camp site A. Good times, good people, good food, good weather, good location. What could be better?ImageUploadedByTapatalk1367202486.493835.jpg

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    Another awesome MAHHA. Thanks so much to 2Q, ZQ and others who put this together. Otter for the name tags. Dutch for the great breakfast. Thanks to all the great people who are part of this wonderful community of hammock hangers. I was the last person to leave camp today and it was spotless.


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    I had an awesome time! Thanks to Donna, Tim, Otter, The Jacks, the contributors to the raffle, and everyone else who participated.

    Thanks GHawk, 2Q, Soundman, and Chris for the fun respite at Birch Run on the way in.

    I also want to thank those who offered random acts of kindness during the event! I really appreciated it

    Can't wait to see some of you at Trail Days!!!

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    Great weather, nice people, yummy bbq, cool raffle prizes.
    Thanks to everyone who made this such an enjoyable weekend.

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    Having only been a member of the HF for a year, this was my second group hang. WOW, what a great time. I am continually impressed by the friendliness and generosity of the HF members.

    I have 2 regrets over the weekend; first that I couldn't get to meet and spend time with everyone, and second that I had to bug out early on Sunday morning to participate in an eagle scout court of honor so I didn't get a chance to say goodbye to most.

    Thanks again to Donna and Tim and all of the wonderful cottage vendors (it will be hard to decide where to make future purchases, but at least I have a good short list to start from).
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