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    This may be the sweetest video I've seen in a while. Love how you dote on your son. Are you guys in one hammock or two side by side? How did the sleeping go?

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    @TallPaul Thanks
    @ ironridger The spot at the river will be remembered by both of us!
    @ born2roam Dank, Johan!

    Quote Originally Posted by harrellt View Post
    Are you guys in one hammock or two side by side? How did the sleeping go?
    @ Harrellt, we slept in a Clark Flex-180. The Flex-180 is very cozy. And it gives both of us a separate hammock under one roof. Ideal when hiking with a kid.
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    Sorry guys, to show my appreciation I switch to Dutch;
    Prachtig verslag. Het meest aangrijpende en mooiste verslag, dat ik ooit op deze site gezien heb.

    Bedankt,
    Tjalling

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    Oh, and by the way. Have a look at his you-tube-channel.[I]

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZ8...uvAog/featured [I]

    I realy love his spanish adventure.
    Cheers Tjalling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjalling View Post
    [I]http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZ8...uvAog/featured [I] I realy love his spanish adventure.
    @ Tjalling, thanks If you ever have the opportunity to go to Spain? Herewith the route.

    Airport Spain, Reus (near Barcelona) > Bus line 50 to Reus-centre > walk to Reus-trainstation > go by train to Alcover (7 minutes)

    Use charts Muntanyes de Prades (ISBN 978-84-95945-36-5) and Serra de Montsant (ISBN 978-84-92398-47-8)

    Day 1) Alcover > Alboil > PR C20
    Day 2) Alboil > Siurana > GR 65.5 > GR 7 > Cami (orange route)
    Day 3) Siurane > Cornudella de Montsant > PR C7
    Day 4) Cornudella de Montsant > La Morera de Montsant > GR 174 > GR 174.1
    Day 5) La Morera de Montsant > Poboleda > GR 171 > GR 171 derivaced (via Cartoixa d'Escaladei) > GR 174
    Day 6) Potodela > Cornudella de Montsant > GR 174
    Day 7) Cornudella de Montsant > Albarca GR 174 > GR 174.1 (via Sant Joan del Codolar) > GR 174

    Albarca > Reus by bus > Bus departure 7:00. In Reus take bus line 50 to airport Reus.
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    Beautiful video, and a beautiful country. I was stationed at Bitburg many years ago. My children were too young for me to take them out back then...so I envy you your chance to share this with your son.

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