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  1. #81
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    Richmond, VA
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    Hammock Bargain Alert!!

    My best gear would be a Hennessy Explorer Zip Hammock. Great design and workmanship.

    If you are interested, they are being sold 2 for 1 with two snakeskins until christmas online.

    Cooking, I like a good aluminum dutch oven. Nothing like cooking a good stew on cold nights.

    A new Jet boil for pre-packaged food. It is great for just boiling water and using on bagged de-hydrated food. If you need control or want to cook food with it, you'd be better served with a different unit.

  2. #82
    Senior Member Buffalo Skipper's Avatar
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    Sep 2010
    Location
    Pensacola
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    WB Traveler 1.7 single
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    HG Cuben
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    Incubator & Burrow
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    Whoopies/MSH/strap
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    Time to chime in....

    OK, I wanted to have one more weekend in the wilderness, before I put this all together. I am new to hammocking, so my list is hammock heavy, so I do have a few items which are weight oriented.

    1) Hammock!!! In my case a Grand Trunk Skeeter Beeter Pro. This has turned my camping experience upsidedown.

    2) Hammock Gear 3-Season Incubator. Though I have only used this one weekend, it kept me warm and snug in the low 30s! At under 24 oz, I love this underquilt.

    3) Coozie for Nalgene (diy). Using this for hot water to bring into the hammock is the BOMB! No more cold nights for me

    Honorable mentions:
    a) Suspension--whoopies and straps with toggles.
    b) Merrell Moab Ventilator Mid hiking boots--very light and comfortable
    c) Noah's Tarp--a little heavy but a bargin tarp for the coverage
    “Indian builds small fire and stays warm, white man builds big fire and stays warm collecting firewood”—unknown

    “The cure for anything is salt water - sweat, tears, or the sea”—Karen Blixen

  3. #83
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    Sep 2009
    Location
    Springfield, MO
    Hammock
    Ridgerunner
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    Superfly
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    HG TQ- Lynx UQ
    Suspension
    Stock
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    #1 Bushbuddy Ultra- Who doesn't like burning things?

    #2 Aarn Natural Balance backpack- Definitely not the lightest pack out there, but oh so comfortable!

    #3 UQ Triangle Thingies from Paul @ Arrowhead Equipment. They keep my quilts in place.

  4. #84
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    Aug 2009
    Location
    Suwanee, GA
    Hammock
    HH Explorer Deluxe
    Tarp
    HH Hex
    Insulation
    JRB Nest
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    Stock HH
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    126
    My #1 doesn't actually count as gear but it helped me with the purchase...

    1 - Donation to Hammock Forums

    2 - JRB Nest - and looking forward to a TQ purchase soon

    3 - Hennessy Hammock Explorer Deluxe

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