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    First Niight

    I finally got a chance to actually sleep in my new WBBB this past weekend. Took a little while to get accustom to the hammock, but slept great. What I noticed most was the lack of sore spots on my back that I always had when still on the ground. I was impressed overall and am looking forward to many more nights above ground.

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    And so it begins!!! Congrats!
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    Yes! You just cracked open the can of worms!
    Welcome to the forums!!!

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    Congrats

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    What was the temp and what kind of pad are you using? I'm waiting on my WBBB DL to ship!

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    I spent the night without a pad and was fine. I had planned to us my Neo-Air but decided against it. It was a rainy night and my WB Superfly tarp worked great and the temperature only got down to about 60 degrees. I did use my Big Agnes Buffalo Park (40 deg) bag and stayed warm. Of course, it helps that I am a warm sleeper. I do have to say that a couple of times during the night my backside did get a little cool but by shifting to my side I warmed right back up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shotgunred View Post
    Yes! You just cracked open the can of worms!
    Welcome to the forums!!!
    I might add also .. That can isnt a very small can .its more like a extra large can.

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    Congrats! Welcome to the trees!

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    welcome in to the addiction, from up the road in cabot, old gringo and I are thinking about a couple nights at the the wolf pens, close to your area, jim

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