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  1. #21
    Cali's Avatar
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    Congrats, I slept in my HHDJ over the weekend. It sure was nice and peaceful, except I needed the earplugs when the dogs heard some deer moving around in the woods.
    Happy Hangin!!!


    AKA BajaHanger

    You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein

  2. #22
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    Oct 2006
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    couple of things: taught tarp- tie it to the tree, not the hammock.

    Cheapo bag probably kept your underside warm because it didn't compress as well- be aware of this if you upgrade to a more compressible bag.

    and I am of the firm opinion that the diy stuff can be just as good as the commercial!

    Glad you had fun- it's good to get out in the woods with good company.
    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
    Winter: total 2521 (~89oz)
    (see my profile for detailed weights)

    gram counter, not gram weenie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium_hiker View Post
    couple of things: taught tarp- tie it to the tree, not the hammock.

    Cheapo bag probably kept your underside warm because it didn't compress as well- be aware of this if you upgrade to a more compressible bag.

    and I am of the firm opinion that the diy stuff can be just as good as the commercial!

    Glad you had fun- it's good to get out in the woods with good company.
    Thank you for this information. I actually just bought a better bag, so I hope that doesn't cause me problems.

    The DIY stuff is great if you are good at it (I have a problem with cutting corners )

    Thanks for the tip with the fly. I'll try that.

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    you might need a pad or an under quilt to avoid 'cold butt syndrome' CBS- try it out at home so you can see.

    and you can get better at the diy... :P
    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
    Winter: total 2521 (~89oz)
    (see my profile for detailed weights)

    gram counter, not gram weenie!

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