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  1. #21

    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Elmira, NY
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    Just received two Alite chairs yesterday....waiting on a full series of FingerLakes Trail maps (NY)...and am seriously contemplating a Winter Incubator. I'm tired of bringing extra stuff besides my synthetic homemade UQ to keep me warm during the NY winters. I want a stand alone system and I'm thinking the Winter Incubator may be it. Am I wrong?

    Miguel

  2. #22
    Member AstrayKat's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Location
    GA
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    Clark CAMO North American
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    Clark Camo rainfly
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    Clark tree straps
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    I see I'm not alone in waiting on the $$$ to get the gear I want/need... Just one more month/paycheck for me. So close, yet so far.

    --Kat
    I tweet.
    I travel.
    I blog.
    I Live.

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    Senior Member Pastorus's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    Location
    Cottonwood, CA
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    ZPacks Cuben
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    JRB TQ & Te-Wa UQ
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    Whoopie Slings
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    Next on my list is a cuben tarp. Also I'm waiting for MLD to start making the Prophet Backpack in cuben fiber. Does anyone know if someone makes cuben socks, cuben crampons or maybe cuben sunglasses?
    "Well, you might be lazy, but if we were not all about comfort here this would be a tent forum!" - - Roadtorque

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    Senior Member russmay's Avatar
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    Dec 2008
    Location
    Fresno CA, Gateway to Sierras
    Hammock
    Switch back 1.9
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    Lawson HexaLite
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    3-Season Incubator
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    whoppie slings
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    I am waiting on my thread injecter on getting fixed. It has been 2 weeks so far!!
    "The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection."
    Thomas Paine

  5. #25
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    Dec 2009
    Location
    Long Island, NYu
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    I'm waiting on springtime so that I can binge-purchase my new 2011 hammocking setup. About to unload the 2010 sleep system so I can upgrade during the winter months. Better, Lighter, more comfortable!

    waiting for when "the time is right" to buy:

    Warbonnet blackbird double layer 1.7 (or maybe 1.1)
    some sort of large siltarp with doors built in
    Gossamer gear 1/4" double-wide hammock pad
    some sort of sleeping quilt (top quilt) to replace my claustrophobic big-agnes bag. Maybe Kifaru Woobie/Doobie

    I logged 40 nights of wilderness camping in my hennessy this past season (and 500 trail miles) so really I'm just waiting for spring to start up so I can get back to logging nights in the woods and miles on my boots

  6. #26
    Senior Member Trooper's Avatar
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    Nov 2009
    Location
    Lake St. Clair
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    Within the next 12 months I will purchase:

    Kit for wooden Canoe or Kayak
    MLD Arc Backpack
    Warbonnet Bigmambajamba in Spinn
    -or-
    MLD Cuben Hammock Tarp

  7. #27
    Senior Member The RidgeRunner's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Location
    Williamsport, PA
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    Dangerbird or WBBB
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    Some of everything
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    Just a 3s Crowsnest for me.... as of right this moment anyway, The day is still early.
    Experts are the ones who think they know everything. Geniuses are the ones who know they don't.

    Gather round your hearts the tinder,
    lay the oak and pine together,
    kindle all that is within you with a warm and cheerful spirit.

  8. #28
    Senior Member fred1diver's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Location
    Gatineau, qc, canada
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    diy DL HH explorer asym w/shelf
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    waiting to find out until when the sale at warbonnet is on... so I can budget for a winter yeti!!!
    waiting until I move to start a couple of diy projects
    waiting to finish repainting and renovating so I'll have more time to hang!!!

  9. #29
    Member morticianfaller's Avatar
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    Sep 2010
    Location
    Fryburg, PA
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    61
    Waiting on my order from Nalgene that I got at 50% off, some sale items from Campsaver.com, and a new alcohol stove from ebay. Still looking at a HH after making my first hammock. I am thinking now about making the HH clone instead of buying one but time will tell.

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    Senior Member ikemouser's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    ky
    Hammock
    WarBonnet BB 1.1 DBL
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    Maccat Deluxe Spin
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    JRB No Sniv + Yeti
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    Whoppie Slingin'
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    Waiting on myself to make a decision on which weight cuben fiber im going to order to make quilts, tarps, stuff sacks, waders, pack liner, etc.

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