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    Awright, GI works again

    OK, I'm glad to see some body else praising the GI. I have been like a broken record referring to them as a cheap light means of extending the basic HH SuperShelter( undercover and 1 OCF pad with space blanket) to below freezing, well below if used with extra clothing and/or HH kidney/torso pads. I'm glad to see some other folks use them also.

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    I tell you, I was sure glad I'd seen the method on the internet in various places, including in this forum, and therefore could figure out how to more-or-less duplicate it before the cold front came in. I'm pretty sure it saved me from a couple of very uncomfortable nights, either on the ground, maybe warmer but stiff in the morning, or in the air, shivering. Instead, as baby bear said, it was just right.

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    nice set-up hector, but i would change your rope to straps against the trees....(jmo)
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