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Want to set up a rope swing? Don't want to climb up a tree to do it? Then read on.
What you need:A tree with a branch strong enough to support a person's weightRope Twine (it must be as long as the distance from the branch to the ...
The first step to setting up the swing is finding a tree and a branch that can not only support your weight, but will also give you enough ...
Once you have found a suitable tree and branch its time to prepare the rope. On one end of the rope you will want to tie the rope ...
Next you will want to attach the twine to your counter weight and the end of the rope without any knots.
Your goal for this step is to throw your counter-weight over the branch of your choosing. Once you have gotten the twine over the branch, grab the counter-weight. ...
Continue to pull on the twine until you have both ends of the rope in your hands. Take the weight and the twine off of the rope. Put ...
Find a log small enough to sit on comfortably, while making sure that it is thick enough to support your weight. When you have accomplished this fasten your ...
Before leaping off of anything with the swing, make sure: all the knots are holding, the seat is centered, there are no obstructions in your path, and that ...
If you plan on using the tree trunk as your takeoff point read the following carefully. DO NOT CLIMB THE TREE ON YOUR KNEES!! Trust your knots and ...
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