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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    I probably have some öre in my change bowl. I get to Sweden every once and a while. Where I was introduced to blueberry soup!

    Grizz
    Aha , cool !
    Haha, blueberry soup of all things
    Did you like it ?
    But how can you dislike blueberry?

    A try to get back in line:
    You had the older version, Eldorado, right?
    And you liked it, at least awhile ago, but changed to DIY bridge hammoks?
    Do you still got it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    Aha , cool !
    Haha, blueberry soup of all things
    Did you like it ?
    But how can you dislike blueberry?
    Thought it was great! A sort of thin heated blueberry jam. Made better by being enjoyed after a long hike on an island we kayaked to.

    A try to get back in line:
    You had the older version, Eldorado, right?
    And you liked it, at least awhile ago, but changed to DIY bridge hammoks?
    Do you still got it?
    Moski
    I bought the Eldorado before I got into the DIY bridge thing, but got into the bridge thing before ever actually sleeping in it. One of my sons uses it now and likes it very much.

    Grizz

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    Thought it was great! A sort of thin heated blueberry jam. Made better by being enjoyed after a long hike on an island we kayaked to.
    That's when it's best.
    Where about in Sweden was this ?
    Sounds like the archipelago ?


    I bought the Eldorado before I got into the DIY bridge thing, but got into the bridge thing before ever actually sleeping in it. One of my sons uses it now and likes it very much.

    Grizz
    That pocket solution looked cool/strange , saw it for the first time yesterday,
    does your son use it a lot?

    Moski

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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    That's when it's best.
    Where about in Sweden was this ?
    Sounds like the archipelago ?
    Yes. I was visiting KTH in Kista. We drove a ways from Stockholm before putting in.

    Last time I visited was a year ago in May, and this time the same guy and I took his kayaks around canals in Stockholm city proper.

    That pocket solution looked cool/strange , saw it for the first time yesterday,
    does your son use it a lot?
    Moski
    The pocket is handy for packing up the hammock, and for having lightweight things in the hammock with you...headlamp, glasses, watch, book. My son puts his headlamp in there I think. Uses the hammock every chance he gets. Ah the freedom of youth!

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    yeah, i liked being able to stuff the hammock into that pocket, but the shelf is so much more convenient. i am including a blackbishop type sack with the new hammocks though.

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    shelf

    Yeah, that shelf concept is a total breakthrough in hammock design. If there was an award for such innovations, I would not hesitate to nominate you as the recipient. Bravo!
    "Better living through Hammockry"

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    How much time is there left to decide on placing an order? And would I be able to completely remove the bugnet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    Yes. I was visiting KTH in Kista. We drove a ways from Stockholm before putting in.

    Last time I visited was a year ago in May, and this time the same guy and I took his kayaks around canals in Stockholm city proper.
    Grizz
    Great!
    That means you know my home town inside out by now..

    So now have to go and look over my shoulder and wonder:
    Was that Grizz over there???


    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    yeah, i liked being able to stuff the hammock into that pocket, but the shelf is so much more convenient. i am including a blackbishop type sack with the new hammocks though.
    Those blackbishop bags are great, made some myself,
    so it's really nice that they are included for change.
    Can't wait to try that shelf out!
    You never know, i might mod in a version of that old pocket,
    i really liked that idea as well.

    @warbonnetguy, What do you think?
    Single or double layer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris.Biomed View Post
    How much time is there left to decide on placing an order? And would I be able to completely remove the bugnet?
    A my fellow country man!
    ARE YOU SWITCHING TO A WARBONNET NOW?
    I don't blame you, i think they look so cool/different, hope they are comfty as well
    Don't you ever visit your mom???

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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    A my fellow country man!
    ARE YOU SWITCHING TO A WARBONNET NOW?
    I don't blame you, i think they look so cool/different, hope they are comfty as well
    Don't you ever visit your mom???
    Still looking around for the perfect solution, have to say that I'll visit my mom on a regular basis when you receive your blackbird!

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    Ahh.. blueberry soup, you just can't beat it when your in nature! It's almost a required beverage during winter activities.

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