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    first night rocking in my camper

    ok so my son loved it. I can't even begin to compare it to the gt I set up next to it last night. I had my 8yo snug and secure. I set it up in seconds. From tree to tree I felt proud to own it. I even loved the bead you put in the adjustable end of the whoopie. Especially considering I almost pulled it thru.

    I do have 2 questions. Shinny side in or out. Is there a rule or is it just preference.

    I do enjoy the fact that the gt has the pouch attached to the hammock, however I don't like where it is. Can you think of a place to sew it where it can be utilized as a pocket and I won't lose it because its attached?
    A special thanks to Dream Hammocks, Dutchware. BIAS and Hammockforums.net for donating to our Secret Santa.

    Uwharrie hang in March https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=83029

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    Mine is the WWM dbl so both sides are shinny Your going to like it once you get it back from your son, I sleep great in mine.
    Everyone ought to believe in something....I believe I'll go set up the hammock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ply View Post
    Mine is the WWM dbl so both sides are shinny Your going to like it once you get it back from your son, I sleep great in mine.
    I believe my next one will be a dl. I am not sure about the camper because my son slept in it but in the gt I learned why people say its a pain to sleep on a pad. Maybe I will just glue thumb tacks to the bottom of the pad. That should keep it in place. Jk.
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    I did the dbl bottom as a way to hold the pad in place with the cooler weather coming and for the additional weight it would hold.
    Everyone ought to believe in something....I believe I'll go set up the hammock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ply View Post
    I did the dbl bottom as a way to hold the pad in place with the cooler weather coming and for the additional weight it would hold.
    the camper can hold up to 300 I believe so sl was fine. I was going to just enough to get started but also lowest price. If I had the money I would have made some mods. I also figured I would give it a whirl to better understand the mods I wanted and make the next one the mod'ed one.
    A special thanks to Dream Hammocks, Dutchware. BIAS and Hammockforums.net for donating to our Secret Santa.

    Uwharrie hang in March https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=83029

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