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    Senior Member shrek's Avatar
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    Dale,

    You will have my order soon. Just waiting on the bonus to come in. Thanks again for bringing out the Switchback to Goose Creek. That is a very comfortable hammock. Don't forget...WWSD!
    "I used to be sane, but now I'm better."

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    Having given a check at the baby shower and then spent a bunch of money on baby clothes for the new grandchild, I thought I'd better make sure that some of Uncle Sam's refund goes toward something special for me.

    Well, I DID IT!!! Now, I'll have something fancy to put under the BWD tarp.

    I went with the 1.9 double as recommended if needed to use as a ground dweller. Only 2 oz more than the 1.1 double. Also ordered the spreader bars.

    I'm going on a 12-day camping trip with my 09 Aliner Classic camping trailer (think: A-frame popup) from Miami to Torreya State Park in the FL Panhandle (will be there from 4/4-4/8) and I guess I'll have to schlepp the 65 lb Vario hammock stand!!

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    Hey, just noticed this!

    Congrats on the site guys! I don't see a no-net switchback on there, so maybe I've still got the only one

    Been meaning to write up a review, but, uh, the dog ate it, yeah, that's right

    I can say it's very well designed and the pockets and loops on the ends give it a very "finished" feel. The lay feels very much like my BB, I don't toss and turn in it, right to sleep and no moving around. As Pan said, the JRB quilts work just fine on it, I've also tried out the Speer Snugfit which worked great and though I haven't tried it yet, I expect the Peapod to work just fine on my no-net version as well.

    Again, congrats to Darby and SmithOBX!
    Live by the sword, die by the arrow

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    Senior Member questtrek's Avatar
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    well done website... good stuff
    Questtrek
    "In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks". John Muir.

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    Got mine the other day great workmanship. Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hetairoi View Post
    Hey, just noticed this!

    Congrats on the site guys! I don't see a no-net switchback on there, so maybe I've still got the only one

    Been meaning to write up a review, but, uh, the dog ate it, yeah, that's right

    I can say it's very well designed and the pockets and loops on the ends give it a very "finished" feel. The lay feels very much like my BB, I don't toss and turn in it, right to sleep and no moving around. As Pan said, the JRB quilts work just fine on it, I've also tried out the Speer Snugfit which worked great and though I haven't tried it yet, I expect the Peapod to work just fine on my no-net version as well.

    Again, congrats to Darby and SmithOBX!
    You do still have the only prototype of our single layer. We should be ready to offer them on the website in a couple of weeks . Glad you like it-John

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    I have really been loving my Switchback. I was just doing a little tweaking today. I think Kristen has laid claim on the Switchback.
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