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    Thumbs up How Do I "Say Hello"

    I just wanted to say hello to eveyone here on bushcraft uk but there seems nowhere to do it? Have been a hammock camper for a couple of decades and have discovered wildcamping using a tent/bivvy/hammock over the last couple of years and find it is such a good way to camp and enjoy our beautiful British countryside.

    If anyone has any do's and don'ts, tips,tricks, locations etc for wildcamping on Dartmoor can you please pass them on? Anyone know where I can get a good map showing the no go zones that the army use, please?

    Thanks in advance!
    Colin

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    Hello, and welcome

    The forum you're looking for is Introductions and Welcomes.
    http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=15

    It's to be found half way down the Forum page, that can itself be found by clicking on the Forum link on the top blue header bar on every page. Next to Home.

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    Hello and welcome bud!

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    Hello and welcome to the forum Colin

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    Hello and welcome!
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    Welcome along, a couple decades using a hammock..
    . thats a fair experience base!

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    Re- Dartmoor - standard OS maps - Landranger, Explorer will show what you want. But also check the Dartmoor National Park website - it clearly shows the areas used by the military AND importantly shows times/dates when access is permitted / restricted / forbidden.

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    hello , I am a newbie
    Really happy to become a member of forum Bushcraftuk
    Thank you guys.

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