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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    16 days or so
    That sucks that it takes that long!

    However I was just a bit too impatient... It came today!
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  2. #12
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    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Potomac Falls, VA
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    HH Expedition & HH Explorer Dlx
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    Noah 12, BCUSA 10
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    JRB Nest, Old Rag
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    Stock HH w/rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by WetRivrRat View Post
    That sucks that it takes that long!

    However I was just a bit too impatient... It came today!
    I was actually thinking it was pretty fast considering it was international shipping. I ship things from VA to Canada (New Brunswick) all the time and they average about 21 days and longer at Xmas.

  3. #13
    grannypat's Avatar
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    Mar 2012
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    In the woods outside of Westminster, SC
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    DIY, Dutch Argon
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    Squidbilly/Tadpole
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    20 Incubator,WL SS
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    whoopies, MSH
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    So what type of UQ are you guys using with the classic entry? I am in process of trying to make a PLUQ but know I will need something a bit better for colder temps.
    When I first started out I used a large gossamer gear pad and a synthetic sleeping bag that got me down to 40*. I was able to find a used Jacks R Better Nest which so far has taken me to 35* Underquilts are so much nicer to sleep with than pads. The Nest is made specifically for the classic bottom entry, but also fits my DIY gathered end hammock. I have an underquilt protector made by 2QZQ which I just push aside to get into and out of the hammock. Arrowhead Equipment also makes the Potomac underquilt which I understand works with the bottom entry HH. Hennessey also makes the Supershelter, but I haven't used it.
    Keep movin', keep believing and enjoy the journey!

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    grannypat's Avatar
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    whoopies, MSH
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    I see from your profile that you have a Noah 12. Have you ever used it over the Hennessey? If so which way did you hang it?
    I hang the Noah's 12 several ways. Sometimes I use it with one side down and the other up in porch mode using my trek poles, sometimes I bring both sides way down, and sometimes I bring the first tie outs in like doors. It's a really versatile tarp, but not lightweight. I will be adding a smaller tarp but won't get rid of my Kelty.
    Keep movin', keep believing and enjoy the journey!

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