Well, I took my brand new 1.7 oz. double layer Warbonnet Blackbird on its maiden voyage to Sadler's Creek State Park on Lake Hartwell on the SC/GA border. This was our annual lake campout with the Boy Scout troop. The group site we camped on had a pretty good incline toward the water, a lot of rocks and roots. Saturday morning, you should have heard the whining from all the ground dwellers. You know, when you hang between two trees, none of that matters.
My Hennessy Exp. Asym. is an incredibly comfortable sleeper so I would have to stop short of saying that the Blackbird was better, but it is just as good.
However, I had the zipper mod done on the HH, on the BB, it's in there.
I added the straps and rings to the HH, on the BB, it's in there.
I love the sleeve for my el Cheapo Wallyworld pad.
Brandon, if you're reading this, I don't know where you came up with the shelf idea, but that's just flippin' genius.
I loaned my HH to one of the Dads on the second night, the next morning, his first words were, "I'm a convert!"
All the stories I've heard about the WBBB are true. Thank you all for the guidance and thank you Brandon for a fine job.
Here are some pics.
Here is the shelf with a water bottle and headlamp.
After a beautiful day on the water, we were blessed with this.