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  1. Thread: Side sleeping

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    I sleep on my side in a real bed and in my 1.1...

    I sleep on my side in a real bed and in my 1.1 dbl. It is more comfortable to sleep on my left side than my right, but on my back is better than in a real bed as well. Especially now that I found I...
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    Cool, thanks for the tips. I'll probably end up...

    Cool, thanks for the tips. I'll probably end up with a separate bag for excess cordage and stuff I don't want to leave it all the time. Skins looks great but aren't in the budget yet. I justified all...
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    Nighthauk I like the stingerz, they look a lot...

    Nighthauk

    I like the stingerz, they look a lot easier to adjust than I was thinking they were. How long a line do you have on them on each side? Dutch offers to splice on a 12' piece of zing it...
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    Nice set up brute, I'll look at it in more detail...

    Nice set up brute, I'll look at it in more detail later (I'm on my phone now).
    I'll take a look at the stringerz they seem like they would work and still be adjustable. I was thinking about what...
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    Thanks tendertoe, I did mean an actual prussik, I...

    Thanks tendertoe, I did mean an actual prussik, I think it'll hold better than a tautline on the dyneema. I don't think I'll need to untie it though, the knot will be tied close to the split ring on...
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    Nighthauk, I'll take a look at stringerz, since...

    Nighthauk, I'll take a look at stringerz, since I'm new at this I see myself doing a lot of adjusting, at least at first. How easy are they to adjust? I'm also worried about putting undue friction...
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    Thanks guys. 8Daddy, yes I plan to just leave...

    Thanks guys.
    8Daddy, yes I plan to just leave them attached to the split rings, I'll take a look at the tumble hitch. If I used the hardware like you suggested wouldn't I need to tie and untie it...
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    ridgeline connections for WB Superfly

    I've been reading all about ridgelines and various knots and hardware for a couple of hours now and I've reached the point of negative returns where I'm just getting more confused :) So I'll just...
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    correction

    We'll be using ponch "liners", not ponchos :)

    I used my ccf this time and while it was warm it definitely slipped (even between the layers) and I ended up with cold spots. I think the poncho...
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    Ohio here

    I never actually dropped into say hi before I started posting down in the Warbonnet threads.

    I'm Dave and one the other adults in Jason's troop that'll be hanging this weekend. My WBBB just got...
  11. Agreed, my WBBB is on the way (along with the 4...

    Agreed, my WBBB is on the way (along with the 4 biners I ordered) and I'll be hanging for the first time this coming weekend. Assuming I like it I'll be getting my stakes and guy line from Brandon...
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    It's on the way

    Brandon really came through!!! At the risk of having more people ask him for special shipping, I have to say that I let Brandon know I had a trip next weekend when I placed my order 2 weeks ago. He...
  13. Thread: Made my MONTH!

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    Congrats!! Pics or it didn't happen :D ...

    Congrats!! Pics or it didn't happen :D

    Actually, I'm greatly heartened to hear you say that. I ordered mine about two weeks ago and have a trip with my sons scout troop next weekend and he told...
  14. Thread: gear stowage

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    Ahh, a ground sheet for standing on! Something...

    Ahh, a ground sheet for standing on! Something else I hadn't thought of.

    I'll try hanging my pack and boots for now and see how it goes, then look into a gear hammock maybe - although I don't know...
  15. Thread: gear stowage

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    awesome

    Great, thanks guys

    Boots over the ridge line too? Never thought of that! that's work as long as the laces weren't wet when they get tied together :)

    The more I think about this the more I hope...
  16. Thread: gear stowage

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    gear stowage

    Hi everyone

    I'm a new hanger, actually waiting on my wbbb and superfly now, but wanted to knwo what everyone does with all their gear. I don't want to get a gear hammock/sling so I'm thinking...
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    Thanks Slo I already sent him one :) I got...

    Thanks Slo

    I already sent him one :)

    I got the 1.1 double so I could put my sleeping pad in there until I can afford a quilt, but if one of the singles is in stock and shippable I'd be willing...
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    New here

    Hi everyone

    I'm new here and just wanted to say hi and toss my name onto the waiting list - I just ordered a WBBB and mamajamba tarp and I'm really looking forward to it. I had no idea hammocks...
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