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  1. #11

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    Beautiful spot... unless it floods

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    New Member ramjet's Avatar
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    I have a small falls near my home , maybe I need a nap and my tablet.lol
    Shalom.

    ramjet

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    That's an awesome spot! I love the sound of rushing water.
    Don't let life get in the way of living.

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    best youtube video ive seen in months..! thank you for posting

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    Lovely.
    Though you've got me questioning, was the trip supposed to be minimalist or was the report supposed to be minimalist?
    (I'd love to read more about the trip/gear you brought)

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    Thanks, all.

    Both the trip and the trip report were minimal. Had a few hours to kill and keep that small pack in the car for such times. The spot I hammocked at is located right on the Kancamagus Highway, with parking area.

    Small pack is REI 18L pack - contains a poncho liner, Eno Doublenest, whoopies hooks, tree straps, and a paperback. Pipe and tobacco not shown.

    Have hammock, will travel.

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    looks like a great way to spend an afternoon! however any afternoon in a hammock is time well spent. thanks for sharing.
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