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    peanuts's Avatar
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    +ENO all the way.... 12yrs....
    Peanuts

    "A womans place is on the trail"

  2. #12
    Senior Member GingivitisKahn's Avatar
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    ENO DN + BCUSA tarp + Italian wool blanket = nap time.


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    Senior Member Shnick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldScout View Post
    ...where I slept above decks in that ENO the entire trip.
    Betcha the pitching and rolling of the deck ever bothered you, right?

    Shnick
    ...Levitate me
    - Pixies

  4. #14
    Member Gilwell Beaver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shnick View Post
    Betcha the pitching and rolling of the deck ever bothered you, right?

    Shnick
    Only when I banged into the side railing!
    WWW

    I used to be a Beaver, a good old Beaver too,
    But now I've finished Beavering, I don't know what to do
    I'm growing old and feeble, and I can Beaver no more
    So I'm going to work my ticket if I can!

    S487-132

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    It relieves me just a little bit to see this recent spate of postive, going-back-to-basics Eno posts. Like Chattooga, I'm often wracked with envy of WBBBs and DangerBirds, so it makes me happy to see that the Eno still holds up as a good hammock in a competitive market. A new hammock is and probably always will be on my wish-list (as I imagine it is with every forum member), but I'm definitely going to keep the Eno Dbl for sheer ease of setup and comfort.

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    OldScout, did you have mosquitos or other flying insects bother you? I have a similar trip in the future and was wondering if a bug net would be needed.

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    Member Gilwell Beaver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vissarian View Post
    OldScout, did you have mosquitos or other flying insects bother you? I have a similar trip in the future and was wondering if a bug net would be needed.
    I had no bug issues at all. Time of year, I think was the determining factor, however. The breeze was constant, and coming from the ocean towards the land, so no bugs were carried toward the boat when we were in our anchorage. Not even a problem docked in Key West. Summer might make the insect issue more of a factor.
    WWW

    I used to be a Beaver, a good old Beaver too,
    But now I've finished Beavering, I don't know what to do
    I'm growing old and feeble, and I can Beaver no more
    So I'm going to work my ticket if I can!

    S487-132

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    Senior Member lugnut's Avatar
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    1lbs 3.4oz on my doublenest with whoopieslings and an amsteel ridgeline. This is minus bugnet, tarp, and tree straps.

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    sleep in my Eno Double every night, love, love, love it!!
    Debi

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    Senior Member mbcruzin's Avatar
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    My ENO DN is like a good friend. You get new ones here and there but its still got your back no matter what.
    Life looks better from a BIAS hammock.
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