Type: Posts; User: georgecarr
Thanks. I have a PM in to dkurfiss. If she can't fix it then I'll probably just pull it down, since i already have a bit of info from here and other places.
I'm assuming you're talking about buying loose down for a diy quilt? I haven't looked real hard but have yet to find one vendor charging extra for treated vs untreated.
And I thank you for that:lol::lol::lol:
You're right. If the mods can't change it I'll probably take it down.
Whether or not to use water resistant down seems to be a hot topic these days. Interestingly enough, out of the 8 or so forums I peruse it only seems to be a topic of discussion on this forum. So as...
I personally have never needed a WR down, because I protect my down like my life depends on it. However, there are times when WR treated down might be beneficial, like high humidity, or waking up to...
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For clarification, I own Loco Libre Gear. Just a simple example from my perspective. When I fill a straight baffle quilt like our Serrano, the down can easily be pushed from one side to the other...
Interestingly enough the winner got his name legally changed to M'cLovin, hmmmm:rolleyes:
I created another post to announce the winner: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/127212-Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner-2nd-Annual-LLG-Quilt-Giveaway
I want to thank everyone who entered our 2nd Annual Loco Libre Gear Quilt Giveaway. We had 525 entries and I read every one of them:scared: I appreciate all of the comments, congrats, and...
Last day to enter! At midnight it's all history!
Regardless of which quilt you choose,since you are on the ground I suggest a wide width to help avoid drafts. Affordable is kind of a vague term. Are looking for something on the cheap like a...
If you entered on the website you're in. We had a post earlier today that required you to post here, but unfortunately if you had less than 50 posts you couldn't enter. So there is/was about three...
Just an FYI for anyone who entered the first time on the earlier post, you need to go to the Loco Libre Gear home page to reenter to win. Thanks!
Apologies to everyone who entered earlier, but this thread wouldn't allow anyone with less than 50 posts to enter sooo....
Last year we gave away a topquilt to celebrate our grand opening. We've...
Honestly, adding a half a quilt of 3.6 is hardly noticeable.
Nice! I've got it bookmarked.
Happy 4th! To help you celebrate Loco Libre Gear is giving you 10% off any order placed today. Just use the code JULY42016 at checkout to get your discount.
So much for proof reading, lol. Thanks!
WHAT WHAT??! THEY'RE HERE!
Introducing the Jalapeno Pepper synthetic topquilt from Loco Libre Gear! Finally the long awaited companion to the Cayenne Pepper synthetic underquilt is available.
Current lead time on the Cayenne Pepper synthetic is 2-3 weeks.
Welcome from southern NJ! Check out 2QZQ for UQ Protectors.
Thanks guys. Waiting to hear from my buddy. Only 2 was available asof last night (not counting 1,5 and 10).
Thinking about hitting the Mullica River campsite this weekend. Which sites are the best for hanging?
You should come on down. It's a good time.
As many of you know we recently added colored grosgrain as an option on our Habanero and Cayenne Pepper underquilts. It is a nice material, but a little unwieldy to use as a binding...
Diggin the yard for sure!
Whew, thought we made a mistake. Thanks, and enjoy!
Man, I remember you couldn't get anywhere near that fire, lol. You guys know how to have a winter hang. Lots of good food and a great bunch of guys to boot. I'll be back next year.
I'm glad you're happy with your quilts. Happy customers make me happy!
Haha, the name pays tribute to a forum member who suggested the idea, who also happens go own this quilt.
Sounds like a uq adjustment. Maybe adjust the end cinches to cut cold air creeping in the ends. It's best if you have a friend who knows what they are looking at to take a look at your setup with you...
Hi Mike! Sorry I just saw this. Sweet Lucy's sounds good. NP, I have extra forest service maps of the sods.
A lot of folks start in the NE corner of the northern sods at Bear Rocks. I have...
Eventually Fabric Tac will release
Well, the news on that front is a I have a part time elf in training, and a full time elf starting later this week, so we will be whittling away at wait times. It will also let me roll out 3 new...
South jersey representin' today! Welcome!
Welcome back from south jersey!
Then you can't change the avatar or I'll really be confused:lol:
She got hers first:lol::lol::lol:
On the contrary I think it's hard to get lost. Every junction has a sign, and there's no mistaking that you are on the trail.
Welcome from an avid ADK fan!
Two nights are good, but if you can do three,why not? Like country roads said, the northern section is relatively easy. We drove out and did 9 miles the first day on one trip and 6 miles first day on...
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