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    I agree, that's a nice looking quilt. Makes me a...

    I agree, that's a nice looking quilt. Makes me a little jealous ;)
    Thanks for sharing,
    James
  2. I imagine a line with prussiks on it could be...

    I imagine a line with prussiks on it could be lighter and more versatile. It could serve double duty as an extension for a guy line to get around that tree that's just too far away other wise. But...
  3. Thread: Drip Tabs?

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    Drip lines

    They'd work great IMHO. Brainless too, which is great for me after a long hike. Although I've switched over to Dutch whoopie hooks, which provide a piece of hardware to act as a drip guard, make...
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    Hashiba, I hear you there. Same with my cell...

    Hashiba, I hear you there. Same with my cell phone. I don't know how many random contacts they've called, they have gotten me back in contact with some long lost friends through.
    -James
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    looks like a nice relaxing spot. -James

    looks like a nice relaxing spot.
    -James
  6. Thread: Oes

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    yes, pm sent. Thanks, James

    yes, pm sent.
    Thanks,
    James
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    PM Sent. Might have something that will work for...

    PM Sent. Might have something that will work for you.
    THanks,
    James
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    So what did you end up getting? What are the...

    So what did you end up getting? What are the dimensions, fabric, fill weight and temp rating? And you know you have to weigh it when it comes ;)
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    Enlightened equipment and zpacks

    Tim, over at Enlightened Equipment can make quilts up to 70" wide. And, Joe, over at Zpacks makes a double wide quilt 84" wide. Since these guys also do custom work you could ask them for any size in...
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    It might be worth looking at enlightened...

    It might be worth looking at enlightened equipment too. Tim's wide quilts are 58" where as HG's wide quilts are 55". FWIW
    -James
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    Poll: Weight difference

    I've been finding lately that if I'm under 12# base pack weight (weight of back minus consumables) that going any lower doesn't make a big difference. However, a total pack weight over 25# really...
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    RidgeRunner

    I have a WBRR dl no-net I'd like to get rid of. $100 shipped TYD and if you like I also have a Lynx uq 3/4 20* that I picked up from warbonnet with a slight cosmetic blemish. I'll pass that along to...
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    What Tuckahoe said is correct. I own a WBRR and...

    What Tuckahoe said is correct. I own a WBRR and cloudburst and they work great together. Especially when you use the side panel pullouts. I also own a maccat deluxe tarp and the results are not...
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    I can't speak for the weather you'll be...

    I can't speak for the weather you'll be experiencing since I live on the west coast, however, you can never go wrong with anything from Hammock Gear. My $0.02 FWIW.
  15. You should be alright, assuming you and this girl...

    You should be alright, assuming you and this girl like to be close, really close. I would think in a situation like this you should be more concerned about comfort. Will you be comfortable with...
  16. Pockets?

    Hi There,
    I have a "spare" large hipbelts. I say spare because I had seam failures on one pocket. The kind folks at ULA replaced the belt and I now have one with two functioning pockets and a spare...
  17. Pot with Fry pan

    Sold to Sandstorm. Thanks for interest Gresh.
  18. Gresh, I'll let you know after I hear back from...

    Gresh,
    I'll let you know after I hear back from Sandstorm.
    Thanks,
    James
  19. I have this: ...

    I have this:
    http://www.amazon.com/Primus-LiTech-Trek-Kettle-Gray/dp/B002BU4CHY/ref=sr_1_2?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1363024865&sr=1-2&keywords=primus

    I'll send it your way for $15 including...
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    HH

    I have an explorer deluxe with 2qzq mod#4, sewn bottom entry. Comes with whoopies, tree straps, toggles, tarp with AHE tarp double ridge line double kit, and stuff sack. Used a few nights, works...
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    Evernew bags

    I have two 0.9L bags, not what your looking for but I'll part with them to help you out. I bought them a while back from MLD (mountainlaureldesigns.com). Also Gossamergear.com, I don't know if...
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    Poll: update

    Still as of now planning on attending. I'm still thankful you've taken the initiative and put this together. Keep us updated, and I'll keep my calendar clear ;)
    Thanks,
    James
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    Start them young

    Our hope is that as "outdoors" parents we take our children along for enjoyable trips and these experiences help keep them coming back for more. Even if the future trips are not always so pleasant....
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    Henry Coe Day Hike with the family

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    Enjoy!
    -James
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    Poll: Henry Coe SP Group Site #4

    I'm unsure of the lagistical aspect of reserving, using a vehicle to import water & firewood, and cost. However, I'll bet a quick call to the Headquarter and a chat with one of the Rangers would give...
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    Diff cut tq

    Thats a good question. I would imagine that a TQ would be both wider and longer. Thinking three dimensionally you would need the top fabric to account for the extra baffle height. So the height would...
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    Poll: Henry Coe Hanging

    The folks over at BackpackingLight.com put together a gathering at Henry Coe which I was fortunate enough to attend for a day. This was when I saw the group camps and the possibility of hosting a...
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    Diff Cut TQ

    Katabatic gear makes some of the finest quilts available, (although I'd say that about EE too, I love Tim's quilts) and they use a diff. cut for their quilts. Worth checking out I suppose. Let us...
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    Poll: Henry Coe?

    I've had some great experience with hanging at Henry Coe. The group sites are a short hike in, you could bring in two trucks/cars for supplies: ie, firewood, water, other "consumables." Group sites...
  30. Thread: Bugnet Choices

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    Bug Net

    The WB Travel Net seems like a solid option for a fully enclosed light bug net. Not a bad price either. I know there are others and I don't have experience with this but there are enough YouTube...
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    Rev X 20* overstuff

    Mine and my wife's rev X review.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php?t=55764
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    Too bad they are never in stock =(

    Too bad they are never in stock =(
  33. Video - Enlightened Equipment: Revelation X overview

    Had a chance to try out the Revelation X quilts that I had ordered from Tim a while back. Can't say enough good things about them. Who else loves their Enlightened Equipment quilts?

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  34. Thread: Greylock 3

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    I have one and use is successfully on a HH. I...

    I have one and use is successfully on a HH. I don't know the secret but you might want to look into a pair of "triangle thingies." I have no experience with those, but hear/(read) good things in...
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    For what it's worth, my Big Agnes insulated air...

    For what it's worth, my Big Agnes insulated air pad is inferior compared to ccf in a hammock. I've used and made it work but the fidget and fiddle factor is constant when I used an inflated air pad,...
  36. Thread: Xmas Raffle!

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    I'm in, thanks and happy holidays!

    I'm in, thanks and happy holidays!
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    Bummer. I just read the thread and thought, "all...

    Bummer. I just read the thread and thought, "all right its only 7:37pm on the west coast!" Oh well, nice gesture there HamMike and may whoever gets it, enjoy it.
  38. Grommet in Webbing - Still structurally sound?

    I'm playing with the idea of making my own bridge hammock. Professor Hammock on Youtube, makes it look like something I could attempt this winter break. What I am wondering is this, could you put a...
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