Snore muffler, whatever!
Try sleeping between Neutron and Poof....like a living chainsaw horror movie; in fact Vortex said and I quote 'he snores a gentle purr'.
So that is good news on the double m50, but the best news was the successful strawberry cheesecake muffin baked in a cut down Fosters can (as muffin tin) inside a MSR Titan which was inside a cone-all at the expense of 20ish ml's of alcohol....baking at 6285 feet ultralightweight now proven by Neutron
Acer, at SlickRock you were the reason I hung by the loud roaring creek
Medicine man reporting your weight, not me. Snoring? I was was unaware freight trains ran on top of roan high knob. That sound kept coming from your direction. A far as your self reported weight, best spend a little longer in confession. Anyway, Vortex actively sewing on M55. Hopefully test this weekend with 150+ pounds of Poof.
and maybe a real test the following weekend on Mt. Sterling with Neutrons 173 pound test unit.
I have a feeling that we're going to find you guys dead at the top of Roan High Nob and no one is going to be surprised!
"Life is a Project!"
Sweet hammy. I would love to see one in person in a SL
I do snore when on my back,,my bad! dang I love sleeping on my back in this bridge hammock!
I tested the single M55. It held 180 pounds. Poof is to test it on Mt Sterling next weekend. MedicineMan will be supplying video. I could not find my Amsteel. Weight with two continuous loops and wooppie hooks - 5.4 oz. It should be less than 5 oz when I find my Amsteel or use dynaglide as alternative. This hammock folds very small and could easily fit in a quart freezer bag. With compression, it would fit in a pint easily.