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    Senior Member Two Tents's Avatar
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    I used a stuff sack from a big old syn. sleeping bag. Then I sewed a larger button hole in the bottom of the stuff sack so the tree strap will fit through but the descender ring will not.The bottom button hole is the foot end. Then I can deploy the hammock with the TQ, UQ and bed clothes in place. I pack this into my pack by squishing the loaded sack into a long shape and as big around as the opening on my cuben pack liner. It is easier to do than I explained it. Once it is in the liner and pack I squash the rest of the way to the bottom of my pack. One more thing I have done is sew a hair tie at the top( near the draw string) and bottom (next to the button hole). This way I can wrap up my tree straps.
    I like refried beans. That's why I wanna try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good and we're just wasting time. You don't have to fry them again after all.

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    yep, i like the ease and speed of the lazy slug tube.
    it' just a big ole set of skins.
    quick up and quick down, i just sue my pack like a stuff sack and cram it all in.
    the cramming is the compression, not the l s t.
    there are some additional pix in my gallery.

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    Thanks guys - I ordered a Lazy Slug Tube & Marty sent it the same day. Amazing service!

    All your feedback on this was much appreciated, thank you.

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    WildernessLogics rocks.
    they are designing a fleece UQ and TQ for me. i can't wait to test it out.

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    I sometimes use a single stuff sack for my hammock and insulation. If it is dry, I can fit my tarp in there with it.
    "We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately." - Ben Franklin
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