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    Senior Member FishBone's Avatar
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    FS: Some Great Hammock Gear

    No pictures available unless via listed website. All prices include shipping to CONUS; Shipping discounts for multiple purchases; PayPal only; PM for questions or purchase.

    FS: Mountain Laurel Designs: MiniTarp/Dog Tarp/Emergency Tarp: $35
    5' X 5’; 4.9oz; Silnylon: Slate color 1.35 Silnylon; Works great as a quick set up tarp for emergencies, lunches, ground cloth, nap sun shade, cooking in the rain, dog shelter or as an entry porch & awning over another tarp or shelter. Stuff Sack and 4 guy lines (2 original green; 2 replaced with Speer UL orange; couldn’t find the other 2 green) included. Like new; taken out of the stuff sack once to rig as test.
    http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com...roducts_id=122

    FS: “Sgt.Rock” UL stove base for Trangia burner: $18
    0.75 oz. (22 grams); 3-piece Titanium stove stand (think UL Westwind) for the Trangia burner hand-made by the Sgt. himself. A collector's item!

    FS: DIY Poncho Liner Quilt: $50
    22 oz.; camo-colored ripstop nylon with Thinsulate insulation; 85” long, 52” top, tapering down to 36” bottom; sewn-in footbox; draw-cord top and bottom with Velcro at top to keep it close around shoulders; head hole like a JRB No Sniveler; side-ties to wear like a serape; stitching is solid, minor fraying where draw-cord exits casing on top; virtually new condition overall, only used a few times. Fits easily in the Therma-Rest stuff sack listed below; would be a great summer set-up for youth or mature hiker.





    SOLD FS: “Lighten UP” book by Dan Ladigan: $7
    Great book on how to take just the essentials into the woods and enjoy your backpacking experience; very good condition, secure binding, no marks.
    http://www.campingsurvival.com/liupdonla.html

    SOLD FS: DIY 1.1oz ripstop UL “LazyBoy” Lounger or Gear Hammock: $20
    33”x78”; 2.6oz.; grey color 1.1 oz. Ripstop nylon; Speer-style hammock ONLY with hemmed edges, knotted ends; can be used as a trail-side lounger (just add tree straps and suspension cords) or gear hammock; could accommodate up to a 4’ child as a camping hammock; tested to 160 lbs. (me) with no problem.

    SOLD FS: 1 pair Hennessy Hammock 42” long tree straps: $8
    1.7 oz/pr. Used a few times, but in very good condition.
    http://hennessyhammock.com/catalogue.html#ACCESSORIES

    SOLD FS: 2 – 12’x ¼” dia. AmSteel Dyneema Single Braid Lines $15
    3.8 oz/pr.; 7,400 lb. breaking strength; used once to test gear hammock, listed above. Overkill for my weight; no worries for heavier hiker.

    SOLD FS: Hennessy Hammock Over Cover for UltraLight Backpacker Asym $30
    3.5 oz; brown color; Used once on shake-down hike. Excellent condition.
    http://hennessyhammock.com/catalogue.html#ACCESSORIES

    SOLD FS: Therm-a-Rest Stuff Sack Pillow – Small / Fleece Lined: $14
    2.0 oz.; 6.5”x15”; orange color; seam-sealed; dual-purpose Therm-a-Rest® stuff sack doubles a pillow; 20-denier silicone-treated Cordura® nylon with an microfleece lining; Drawcord/toggle top closure; very good condition, only used a few times.
    http://www.rei.com/product/781189

    SOLD FS: Jacks R Better Ultralight Waist Pack: $20
    4.8oz; red color 1.1 oz silicone ripstop nylon; 280 cu.in.; one large and one small zippered pockets; 1 ½” waist belt adjustable to fit waists to 48"; new, un-used condition except for ID tags which have been cut off neatly.
    http://www.jacksrbetter.com/UltraliteWaistPack.htm

    SOLD FS: Speer “Hammock Camping” book: $10
    The complete guide to enjoying hammock camping; very good condition; secure binding, no marks.
    http://www.speerhammocks.com/Product...ampingBook.htm
    Last edited by FishBone; 11-08-2010 at 06:58.
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    pm sent on overcover
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    pm sent with questions

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    Dipps on lazy boy lounger. Sending PM
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    Howdie,

    Wow, nice list of gear your passing along!

    Is the MLD MiniTarp still up for grabs?

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    Senior Member FishBone's Avatar
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    tarp is still available
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    Quote Originally Posted by FishBone View Post
    tarp is still available
    Is this little sucker big enough to setup and get under to get out of some rain?

    Not that rain bothers me (I love the rain, I live in a rainforest after all) but sometimes its hard to have it raining and try to start my lovely little mini-atomic for a warm cup of HC

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    Senior Member FishBone's Avatar
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    Tarp is 5'x5' and would work well as a small rain tarp, a shelter for a dog or as part of a waterproof bivy system.
    "A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving." - Lao Tzu

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    PM Sent...

    ...on JRB Waist Pack and Stuff Sack/Pillow

    PAYPAL SENT!
    Last edited by Kanguru; 11-06-2010 at 12:25. Reason: Purchased Items
    Gentle raindrops and mighty oceans...neither can exist without the other.
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    I'm going to pass on the mini-tarp.

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