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    hello from CT

    st of my camping has been car camping. I then tried, and had good results and made a quilt from thru-hiker. I am very pleased with that. 3" loft, 15oz down. Weighs 25oz stuffed in sack and is super warm.I got a ENO bugnet last yr as well. I camped a week last yr in OR. I wasnt happy with how long my set up took.But once complete I was nice & comfortable. I just made some whoppie slings out of amsteel. I switched to using a toggle(piece of carbon fiber arrow ) on marlin spike hitch. Much faster setup. I use some snake skins that I made and can have everything up fast. Hammock,Fly, bugnet and adjusted in 2-3 min . I ordered a MacCat std other day and can't wait to try it out. This will save me 22oz.looking to do some backpacking &trying to lighten up load. Love hanging and wont be tenting any time soon.

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    Hello , hope you had fun.

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    Welcome from NJ, spring is here..get outside and hang.

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