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    Not too bad

    My first try at hanging was a bust; strong winds and cold. The wind was too strong to hang everything by myself so I slept in the truck and decided to buy a motorhome.

    Last weekend I decided to give it one more try and hike far so I could not bail out to easy. I had a good sleep, temps only hit 18. I used a blue mat and zipped up in my bag, shorts, tee shirt and a hat and was quite warm.

    Now I just have to figure out how to connect the JBR sling system and I think I got it made.
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    "Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground."

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    If you made it to 18 degrees on your second try, you did pretty good! It takes a while to develope your hanging skills (I'm still learning too!) Dont quit---------keep hanging!
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    Hey mega82 that is a comfy looking setup you have there. What type of tarp is that ?
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    The tarp is a Superfly. I'm still trying to get it to hang better. There are no trees where I live (desert) so I don't get out much.
    "Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground."

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