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    While searching out information on the Traveler I found this.
    Just wanted to say thank you for doing the review. Beside being informative it was enjoyable to watch.

    As always, Will
    “The most common form of terrorism in the U.S.A. is that carried on by bulldozers and chain saws.”
    ― Edward Abbey

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    You are welcome Will. As you probably know by now I am totally sold on the Warbonnett Traveler, amongst other reasons because it fits perfectly with the PolarPod.
    Thanks for watching and commenting.
    Best of wishes,
    Blaze

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    Nice to see you back for a bit Blaze - been missing your vids!
    The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. - St. Augustine

    Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.
    - Bob Marley

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    Nice to see you back for a bit Blaze - been missing your vids!
    A bit longer, and I will have my own Internet connection once again.
    Then I will run through my gear and share my experiences with hammocks thus far.
    Best of wishes,
    Blaze

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    +1

    If you think of it include part of the area. Whether town or landscape. Love seeing that part of the world. Nice touch in your videos.

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    Will do.
    Best,
    Blaze

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    You guys notice a trend toward 'smaller' hammocks, of which the Traveler is and has been and will always be
    I was in a Neutron, slightly longer by 8-9 inches than the Traveler, but since going full time with w/b hammock socks I'm back in the Traveler full time since the socks are made for the Traveler size.
    The only complaint historically about the Traveler was stuff falling out, now it just falls into the sock so no worries .
    All the best, sector universal

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    You guys notice a trend toward 'smaller' hammocks, of which the Traveler is and has been and will always be
    I was in a Neutron, slightly longer by 8-9 inches than the Traveler, but since going full time with w/b hammock socks I'm back in the Traveler full time since the socks are made for the Traveler size.
    The only complaint historically about the Traveler was stuff falling out, now it just falls into the sock so no worries .
    All the best, sector universal
    Could not have said it better, though I want to add that the Speer PolarPod is a perfect fit to the Traveler and that the Traveler has a very comfortable lay with no ridge at the legs once you know how to lay diagonal in the hammock, so all in all I see it as a superior hammock IMHO.
    And as to not loosing you top quilt on the ground when getting in and out of the hammock, I have always used either a weather shield or the WB mosquito net, so loosing my top quilt has never been an issue.
    And since getting the WB Sock, the Traveler has perfected it self.
    Best of wishes,
    Blaze

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