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    You could use your sleeping bag like a peapod like Shug...


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    ****. I'm out for this hang. Just got the word that work couldn't let me go. I guess on the plus side, I'll be preparing our house this weekend so we can put it on the market.

    Who am I kidding, there ain't no plus side to missing this hang.
    Syb
    Enjoy the elevation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syb View Post
    ****. I'm out for this hang. Just got the word that work couldn't let me go. I guess on the plus side, I'll be preparing our house this weekend so we can put it on the market.

    Who am I kidding, there ain't no plus side to missing this hang.
    You will be missed Syb. Maybe next year.
    Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time. ~Steven Wright

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    I'd slip one of the sleeping bags between your PLUQ and hammock, it'll give you an extra layer of insulation that way and we can always help you snug it up. Throw the pad inside the hammock and lay the fleece liner on top. Use the Thermal blanket and the other sleeping bag for your top quilt, keep the Poncho Liner handy should you need another layer for the top. I've taken a foam pad and a 20 degree bag down to 21 degrees in a lean to, I wasn't very cold but I wasn't comfortable either. Mainly the hard ground kept me up. I didn't see any gloves listed, you'll want to have a pair of those at night as well.
    I really appreciate all of the responses, I can't thank you all enough for all the info I find useful here on this website. I am learning from you all. I will definitely get myself either a new Underquilt or get a DIY version.

    I have a nice pair of fleece lined gloves. I have neoprene gloves but they always make me sweat, I use them for extreme cold water kayak fishing in February if I get a decent day on the water. I have a total of 4 Poncho Liners I have rigged up two to fit under the hammock along with a 2QZQ Underquilt Protector, which I will be tucking the sides into the hammock. This should pull the poncho liners closer to my backside. I also have a hex fly tarp with grizzbeaks for both ends of the tarp to cut down on the wind.

    Does an underquilt perform better when there is no air gaps between the quilt and the hammock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joizee camper View Post
    Help! I got turned around trying to find the camp. I'm looking at the Carranza memorial on my right. Did I pass it? Did I not go far enough?
    Are you going in early? I thought this hang started on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syb View Post
    ****. I'm out for this hang. Just got the word that work couldn't let me go. I guess on the plus side, I'll be preparing our house this weekend so we can put it on the market.

    Who am I kidding, there ain't no plus side to missing this hang.
    NO!!!!!!!
    awww man i was hoping to catch up Syb .... i'm going to set uop a few hikes for the spring maybe we can get you up here for another hike

    Anyone know if uncle ray ray is coming ?
    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by nj4x4fever View Post
    Are you going in early? I thought this hang started on Friday.
    The organized part starts Friday.
    Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time. ~Steven Wright

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    Quote Originally Posted by nj4x4fever View Post
    Are you going in early? I thought this hang started on Friday.
    Nope, just wanted to do a test run to make sure I could find it. Roads are clear. Dirt road is frozen so no worries about sugar sand. I don't recall any ruts that would hang up a car. There is a dusting of snow on the dirt road leading to campsite but nothing to be concerned with.
    Last edited by joizee camper; 01-23-2013 at 23:16. Reason: spelling
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syb View Post
    ****. I'm out for this hang. Just got the word that work couldn't let me go. I guess on the plus side, I'll be preparing our house this weekend so we can put it on the market.

    Who am I kidding, there ain't no plus side to missing this hang.
    Aww man, Syb - haven't seen you in forever. Guess it'll be even longer now - we'll miss ya, man.

    People are dropping like flies!

    Quote Originally Posted by nj4x4fever View Post
    Does an underquilt perform better when there is no air gaps between the quilt and the hammock?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentorpheus View Post
    Aww man, Syb - haven't seen you in forever. Guess it'll be even longer now - we'll miss ya, man.

    People are dropping like flies!



    Yes.
    Not me Hans.... i'll be there Sat YA ... you better be PuMpEd Up YA
    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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