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    Senior Member PKT's Avatar
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    Warbonnet Traveler Hammock

    The list for the Blackbird seemed to get all the attention and I do love the Blackbird's comfort but it's for camping.
    In an effort to capture that comfort for indoor use I just ordered the Traveler Hammock for use on the Vario stand. Think I got a new TV buddy
    Last edited by PKT; 03-13-2010 at 10:57.

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    Just ordered mine double 1.1 and a bug net. should be a great hammock, now I need to come up with a tarp before it gets here

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    Yep, just ordered a Traveler....I wanted a hammock to use with my Unsponsored Sock that would lay different than my Speer or Crazy Creek....I'm thinking the U.sock will also double as bug netting in the shoulder seasons or that's the plan.
    First thing I'm going to do when it gets here is switch out the susp for OpieWhoopies (already ordered) and an OpieRidgeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    Yep, just ordered a Traveler....I wanted a hammock to use with my Unsponsored Sock that would lay different than my Speer or Crazy Creek....I'm thinking the U.sock will also double as bug netting in the shoulder seasons or that's the plan.
    First thing I'm going to do when it gets here is switch out the susp for OpieWhoopies (already ordered) and an OpieRidgeline.
    Ditto,,, Traveler with OpieWhoopies will be my next setup...

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    I bought a traveler second hand. So far its my favorite.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    I'm all over the Traveler bandwagon too. I wanted to really get a feel for it before I posted up. This thing is awesome, I actually am preferring it to my BB anymore...
    It's only an addiction if your trying to quit

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    In bug season the WBBB is my choice. Otherwise I find the Traveler is fine... even if I miss the foot box a bit.
    I my Warbonnet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quoddy View Post
    In bug season the WBBB is my choice. Otherwise I find the Traveler is fine... even if I miss the foot box a bit.
    Same here! Hate carrying 8 extra ounces when I don't need a net in winter.

    For anyone that reads this thread carefully, a certain double 1.1 in black will be up for sale within a couple of weeks. Not that I don't love it, but I have a new plan for next winter.

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    i'v been using a traveler for a few months now and i love mine..
    i need to make a bugnet for the summer months ...but the lay in the traveler is 2nd to none...i like it alot better then the HH i had
    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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    After doing my first hangs in cold weather I'm thinking of getting a traveler. Last couple times out I've used my Blackbird with the netting open and flipped over the ridge line. I found I got too much condensation with the bug net closed in cold temps.

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