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    Senior Member samsara's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukon View Post
    Ridgerunner...
    ... or the Blackbird
    The best things in life aren't things. -- Art Buchwald

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    Loki's Avatar
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    bigger is better;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Can't Wait View Post
    my only questions are will I be able to use my current UQ I have a incubator full length and DIY made by friend 1/2 UQ also I have heard mention that the RR has to be hung low to ground for tarp coverage . Thanks Can't Wait
    FYI: I have a Wilderness Logics Full Length Underquilt (WLUQ). It attaches easily to the RdigeRunner (by adding a S-biner to the four corners);as well as my gathered end hammocks, including a Blackbird and a Snipe.
    - Loki,

    "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
    Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.
    The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
    while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
    John Muir

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    Senior Member SunnyBunny's Avatar
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    RidgeRunner all the way.

    As of today I am composing an ad to sell all my WBBB related stuff because I am in LOVE with the camo WBRR

    The WBBB w/ Maccat deluxe/ HG phoenix is an unbeatable combo in comfort and beauty, or so I thought, until the WBRR come along.

    The WBRR lay flat, no shoulder squeeze, not much heavier than the WBBB, the VIEW from the hammock is phenomenal, like laying in the cloud, open and free compare to the WBBB's cocoon /protected feelings.

    The HG pheonix work on the WBRR, I tie the elastic around the four tips of the poles and it work like a charm. But with all these sale going on I'm just going to get a Lynx and done with it.

    6 months into discover hammocking and I couldn't be happier, or until the next great hammock come along! ( I am a car camper so the requirement maybe different.)
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    "Your life starts at Point A and ends at Point B. Kick maximum ***!....." Ted Nugent (before he gone bats**t crazy)

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