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    New Member bsolomon's Avatar
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    Drum Roll Please...

    So we had a breezy, but beautiful January day here in OH (55 degrees) and I couldn't stay inside. I put my girls down for a nap this afternoon and went into the backyard. Halfastronomical made me a hammock in one of the Great Hammock Forums Christmas Giveaways and it came in the mail earlier in the week. I also bought a Kelty Noah's 12 Tarp and I tackled my first DIY project as I converted an old down sleeping bag into an under quilt. Well here's how it all came together...IMG_1368.jpg

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    Not too shabby for a noobie! Looking forward to taking this setup into the woods...

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    Senior Member WVScouter's Avatar
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    Nice! I wasted the afternoon in wallyworld and did not get to enjoy the warmth

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    Senior Member Acer's Avatar
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    Very nice,,,we had the same weather in southern Indiana and I was out as well,,playing with setups and tweaking as well...you have a very nice setup and can't wait to see you use it. Enjoy!

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    A great way to spend the afternion. Got a few minutes in myself - first in a really long time!
    The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. - St. Augustine

    Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.
    - Bob Marley

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    Senior Member breyman's Avatar
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    Nice looking setup. That's a perfect way to celebrate a warm winter day (or a cold winter day, or a rainy summer day, or a mild fall day...)!
    Brian
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    Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.

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    Senior Member Hototo's Avatar
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    It looks great. Glad you got out to enjoy.
    Enjoy life's journey, but leave no tracks...

    Mahna Mahna...

    "The more we hang, the more we have to leave in the end" -Gresh

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    New Member bsolomon's Avatar
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    I was born and raised in Denver...all my family is still there. I hear that y'all are getting some great hanging weather there this week. Hope you can get out...

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    Nice set up.

    If you have any gaps between the UQ and hammock, you may need to let out the cinch cords on the ends of the UQ and tighten the suspension. That would let the entire UQ move up to the hammock.

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    New Member bsolomon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    Nice set up.

    If you have any gaps between the UQ and hammock, you may need to let out the cinch cords on the ends of the UQ and tighten the suspension. That would let the entire UQ move up to the hammock.
    Thanks gmcttr...That's great advice.

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    Senior Member ibgary's Avatar
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    It was a great day. Hi 40s-low 50s. I put up my GT with my diy insultex uq & primaloft tq. I was warm enough to fall asleep.

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