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    :banana What did you get for Christmas?

    Hiking related I got:

    snowshoes and trekking poles
    titanium pot
    ti stove
    new platypus
    long ti spoon
    sundry other items
    https://tinyurl.com/MyFDresults

    A vigorous five-mile walk will do more good for an unhappy but otherwise healthy adult than all the medicine and psychology in the world. ~Paul Dudley White

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    Wife bought me the LL Bean Microlight 2P tent. I sold all of my hammock gear last year and finally I get a new tent. Now I can take my 4 year old son camping. Merry Xmas everyone.
    skinny d

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    Snow shoes...............lightweight, new skill to learn and fitness in the snow.

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    picture of my first grandson. just need an UL frame for it
    I'm so confused, I'm not sure if I lost my horse or found a rope.

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    Ursack, candle lantern with candles, a knife and a couple platypus containers and a down pillow with a few other odds and ends.

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    I got a K20 Singer sewing machine that was made around 1970, new in the box. It is a reproduction made in Turkey of the Model 20 child's hand cranked sewing machine made in the '20s.

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    A solar panel!

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    ....overtime!

    geek

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    Got my mom hiking poles, backpack and a few other trinkets. Just need a sleeping bag and she is ready to hike with my dad and I over the summer. My dad started last year, when I got him a sleeping bag for Christmas.

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    i got stuffed at a chinese buffet

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    An Illini Baseball jacket and an iPhone weather app.
    And WAY too much goodie food that will take a month to walk off................
    Fear ridges that are depicted as flat lines on a profile map.

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    bear grylls knife!

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    floyd fest and infamous stringdusters new years ticket.... and some darn tough socks

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    Kindle. My son says its supposed to be able to go a month between charges. It's lighter than a single paperback book. And smaller.
    If not NOW, then WHEN?

    ME>GA 2006
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    Instagram hiking photos: five.leafed.clover

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    I got the Harmony House Kit (dehydrated veggies) and a Petzl Tikka2+ headlamp (which is disturbingly heavier than my old light). Also a map book of Shenandoah NP hikes.

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    Hiking related: Titanium pot set and an REI gift card to get something else.
    Everyone's first question:
    "Wow - How tall are you?"
    Answer: "I'm 6'6""
    Ergo, my trail name: 'Six-Six'

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    i got a headache.....

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    i got the workout machine called "the rack" as seen on tv......99$ at target, 169$ on tv.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by juma View Post
    bear grylls knife!
    make sure u dont bend the flint when puting it into the sleeze or taking it out. a friend of mine went to pull it out and didnt pull it out straight and the thing snaped in half....damn it....

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    I got another copy of A Walk in the Woods (this makes number 6 from family members) from my aunt. When she asked my mom what I wanted my mom told her anything hiking related. This must be the default book for non-hikers to give. So now I have 6 books signed by relatives thru the years. On the bright side, inside the book was a $50 gift card to REI.

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