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    Thumbs up Hurray for HammockGear

    I got my winter burrows and winter incubators yesterday, and they're wonderful. Just wonderful. The arrival coincides well with -18° Celcius outside (about 0°F). I'm definately going into the woods tonight!

    Thank you hammockgear for wonderfull customer service and great products

    -Frikk

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    Pics please of Norwegian hanging!

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    Å gjøre nyte noen sove i den sterke kulden!
    Oh do enjoy some sleeping in the brisk cold!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    Pics please of Norwegian hanging!

    Proof of life pic taken some weeks ago on a fishing trip. Sorry, but no high quality pictures. I'm no photographer..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug
    Å gjøre nyte noen sove i den sterke kulden!
    Oh do enjoy some sleeping in the brisk cold!
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    Takk for det. Jeg har hatt noen himmelske netter og forsovet meg til sjøørretfiske flere ganger.
    Thank you. I've had some heavenly nights and overslept for sea trout fishing several times.

    I still love the incubator/burrow winter combo and I'll probably continue using the winter editions well into our pretty cold summer

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    Very cool indeed, Hammock Gear makes some nice and warm toasty quilts. What average temps do you hang in in your neck of the woods? Ill be looking forward to some trip reports in the future.
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    w00t!

    All these threads are killing me as I wait for my summer incubator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Very cool indeed, Hammock Gear makes some nice and warm toasty quilts. What average temps do you hang in in your neck of the woods? Ill be looking forward to some trip reports in the future.
    Temperatures range from -20° to +25° Celcius around here (south of Norway) depending on season, so it's not too bad. It can get alot colder up north. On winter trips where we're not carrying stuff more than a few hundred meters, or go by canoe, I prefer camping in a huge heavy lavvu with a big stove. On "carrying-trips" I'm all hammock now. Never slept better in the great outdoors than in a hammock. The ideal setup for winter would be to have the hammock inside the lavvu, but that's not something I can envision right now without HUGE modifications

    Added 2 images from a fishing trip with some ground dwellers from before I got my lovely quilts

    -Frikk
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