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    Very nice!

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    Great job Rabbit. I really like the bug net as end caps. Can't wait to see how you tackle the spreader bars/trekking poles.
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    That is one sweet hammock. Great job Rabbit, and I also really like the netting on the ends to allow the breeze thru. I love the hiking pole mod to cut back on weight. Keep up the great work.
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    thanks everyone


    Quote Originally Posted by Terry_Dodson View Post
    Man that is Really Nice looking. How long did it take to make? How small does it compress down to (minus the trekking poles)?
    it easily fits inside a 6"x9" stuff sack including webbing

    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    11.85 oz....I've got socks that weigh more??

    Well done Rabbit. A micro uq and tq, and you'll be a super ul.
    my DIY under quilt weighs 9.1-oz and DIY top quilt 13.8-oz, both are synthetic using Momentum 50 on the outside, insulation is Climashield 2.5 for TQ and 5.0 for UQ from Thur-Hiker.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazilla View Post
    Great job Rabbit. I really like the bug net as end caps. Can't wait to see how you tackle the spreader bars/trekking poles.
    trekking poles for spreader bars is addressed in this video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJSq9...ature=g-user-u
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    Thats a great looking hammock Rabbit!

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    Absolutely beautiful hammock! I'm jealous. Perhaps one day I'll find the time to build my own bridge. I've started a few, just never got around to finishing them off. You've inspired me. I especially like how you did the bug netting.
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    Dang! That's one fine looking bridge!
    Do you put rocks in it to keep it from floating away?

    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    11.85 oz....I've got socks that weigh more??
    Are those your hammock socks or socks for your feet?
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    wow. very very cool!

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    thats a fine looking rig. What are the metal pieces that the poles and rope attach to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post



    Are those your hammock socks or socks for your feet?
    That would be the ones on my feet.

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