A quick overnighter with hammocks, a vstrom, and the low country.

Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by Domromer, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Liberia

    Liberia Fortunate

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    It's quite a lot of fun to dive for them (usually in less than 5-10 feet of water). Cleaning them....not so much. During the colder months you can also pick up oysters at low tide.
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  2. sk1d00

    sk1d00 n00b

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    Living the life :-)

    Geocaching, motorbikes, hammocks, and great photographic skills.

    This kind of post make this forum, thank you.


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  3. Domromer

    Domromer Desert Rat

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    Glad you liked it.
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  4. slowpoke69

    slowpoke69 Been here awhile

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    Looks like you had a great little trip.

    How comfortable is it sleeping in the hammocks? :huh

    I'm thinking about taking my kids(grown ones), and doing the Batona Trail here in S. Jersey in the spring. It's a 3-4 day deal. Would they be okay for that?

    Some nice pix BTW. Thanks for the RR.:clap
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  5. Domromer

    Domromer Desert Rat

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    Hammocks are very comfortable. Check out the hammock forums for all the info you need. Also the ultimate hang is a book I'd recommend.
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  6. sweetwater

    sweetwater Been here awhile

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    I packed my old SierraDesigns tent away a long time ago and bought a very early production Eno Eagle's Nest that has become my go to camping abode...love the hammock and sil tarp combo for rain.

    Nice RR, great shots!
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  7. AdvSplash

    AdvSplash Find the world

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    Amazingly inspirational! Thanks for sharing, the picture and quality are great!
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  8. danh600

    danh600 Been here awhile

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    Great pictures. Cloudy gray weather tends to just wash my pictures out. You made it work for you. Gives the pictures a surreal feeling.

    That is a perfect weekend to me. Motorcycle ride, simple camping and a few good pictures to remember it by.
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