JRB Greylock 3 sold!
Type: Posts; User: coldstealie
JRB Greylock 3 sold!
Superfly has been sold to BigSky!
PM has been sent.
Photos posted up above now. Quilt was purchased in 2013.
I have a nearly new Warbonnet Superfly (pretty much brand new), that I have NEVER taken on a trip. I have set it up in my backyard once, but that's it. Asking $110 or it. I also have a JRB Greylock 3...
Yeah! Cheoah Bald is clutch and there is a nice view at Stecoah Gap as well.
I could never imagine getting rid of my BB. However, I did get rid of my RR with no regrets.
I fixed the cold spots by making sure that the UQ was pulled up properly under me, making sure there was no air getting in between the hammock and the quilt. There is no "perfect" way to do this, you...
Worked the kinks out a long time ago, no cold spots anymore. It's been nothing but a smooth ride!
Very nice, high five!
I use my superfly. No problems at all.
I'm down. I love the Cohutta.
Next weekend I am hiking NOC to Fontana. Going to be planning a 12 day trip, don't know where and don't know when, but it will be on the AT.
WBBB, WBRR, WBT and an eno single nest that will be finding another home.
I would just bring the zero degree. I've had my coldest days in Jan/Feb here.
Superfly Christmas! WooooowhoooO! Glad you're enjoying it! Sat out under mine in pouring rain today!
Agree with him. If you ever wanted to go winter camping in GA you wont regret having a bigger tarp. It can get nasty in the mountains during winter!
I would for the MJ. It's worth it. The extra coverage is great.
I've had my lost river down to 6 degrees on the AT last February. I had plenty of layers on and managed to sleep through the night.
My ridgerunner and superfly are on the way.
Really bummed I missed this.
Count me in.
So I am going to a function this upcoming weekend where there wont be any trees. I am brain storming for ideas on something so I can hang while I am there. This has to be something I can break down...
Hiking Winding Stair to the NOC!
Weekend trip would be cool!
I left them in and just sewed. Then seam sealed the stitch.
Before I bought my Toxaway from AHE i bought 2 of these and sewed them together. Had it out in some nasty weather that included heavy heavy rain fall and stayed completely dry. I now use it as a back...
Would love to go, but unfortunately I can't because it's not on a weekend.
Great video man! Keep it up!
I think this might be normal for most of us.
Glad I saw this thread. Going to try this with my UQ this weekend.
I want to go so bad.
That ends June 1st.
Springer to Hightower is a good one, but Woody to Neels is the cats pajamas absolutely beautiful. One of the best hikes in GA.
Wish the whoopie kit would have been on sale!
Poncho liner. I use mine for everything.
Welcome! What a beautiful state we live in!
Received my GL3 last week and am gettin some cold spots in my WBBB. Any tips?
I can see how people don't like UQs. They are expensive and they should work with you having to buy clips and tweak the suspension. It should should be easy. There is no wrong or right way to hang....
You'll never regret buying your BB. Do it.
Anyone else own one and have gotten CBS in it? I got mine in last week and was having trouble adjusting it so I wouldn't get a draft. I hang in a WB BB. Any tricks or advice with this guy?
Love my 20* Burrow.
Get yourself some zing it. Only way to go.
Depending where you are in the summer it can still get chilly at night. I live in GA and hike on the AT all of the time. I remember last July temps dropped in the low 50s, maybe lower and I wish I...
Mine was 4 weeks. Worth it though.
Couldn't agree with you more. I've never had trouble setting up my rig. Every time I go out with my ground dweller friends, I am always set up before they have their tents up.
If you are good...
I actually used this. Best stuff quick/easy repairs.
My longest string of consecutive hammock sleeping is 273 and 1/4 days... i got sick and had to relocate though...
Yeah I have some super strong/ thin nylons repair tape.