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    Default sister site goes for a walk on the NCT

    Hello all here. I just thought I would post a video of a trip that some people from Hammockforums.net took recently.

    We did a short 20 mile section of the trail starting around the porcupine lake area in northern Wisconsin. We had a blast!

    More trip reports and videos can be found at Hammockforums.net. I am not plugging the site, I am just there most times...

    Stryder (Stormcrow)

    Here is the video

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    I loved the video, it also showed up at an NCT website

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    Default That is awesome!

    Thank you kindly. Did you see the part two ( I forgot to set the link)? Which NCT website did it show up on...curiosity.

    Stryder (stormcrow)

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    OMG, SPAM PASTE! OMG!

    Loved the video, both parts. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder View Post
    Thank you kindly. Did you see the part two ( I forgot to set the link)? Which NCT website did it show up on...curiosity.

    Stryder (stormcrow)
    I just looked for all of them at UTube after I the first linky.

    Can we expect some of your better slug recipes in the food section of the forums soon?

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    Default mmm slugs

    Quote Originally Posted by conmcb25 View Post
    I just looked for all of them at UTube after I the first linky.

    Can we expect some of your better slug recipes in the food section of the forums soon?

    LOL, ooops you saw that? Well, so far the short recipe of "Raw" is not work posting. Also, not that tasty,. I will let you know if I come up with a better way of eating them.

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    Loved it ...Thanks for posting

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    Nice video SC. I hadn't seen that one yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder View Post
    Hello all here. I just thought I would post a video of a trip that some people from Hammockforums.net took recently.

    We did a short 20 mile section of the trail starting around the porcupine lake area in northern Wisconsin. We had a blast!

    More trip reports and videos can be found at Hammockforums.net. I am not plugging the site, I am just there most times...

    Stryder (Stormcrow)

    Here is the video
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    Did that become an annual trip? If they did it this year I missed seeing it announced.

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    looks like a great trip, the terrain and scenery looked very similar to the chequemegon section of the ice age trail.

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