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    Talking 1st full night

    Finally got it all together and went out for a quick overnighter.

    Met up with RCRacin and just "HUNG" around.

    My PLUQ kept me warm, and none of my homemade stuff broke.







    My Snake skins I got from a PIF




    Breakfast


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    Nice when everything makes it through with flying colours! Congrats on the first full night!
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    I enjoyed it! Glad you stayed warm & slept well.

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    Awesome job dude! It's a great feeling when you wake up in the morning from your first night.

    Fronkey

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    Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    PLUQ looks good.

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    Nice setup, How did you sleep? My first night was pretty good, but I woke up a couple of times. I think it has something to do with using a therma rest pad.

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    How do you like that kelty tarp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargevining View Post
    Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm


    PLUQ looks good.
    Thanks

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anwy2MPT5RE


    Quote Originally Posted by wlaroche View Post
    Nice setup, How did you sleep? My first night was pretty good, but I woke up a couple of times. I think it has something to do with using a therma rest pad.
    I slept well my only slight issue was my PLUQ was a bit snug below my knees and had a pressure point and the feet got a bit chilly.

    I must say it is not my first night in a hammock, Just my first night in my WBBB and my PLUQ and Kelty.

    I had an old jungle hammock, that just kind of rotted away, Years later I found an ENO S/N that I used. graduated on up LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by ByronAlpha View Post
    How do you like that kelty tarp?
    I like it still playing with setups.

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    Congrats! I just had a hammock "first experience" on Saturday night: I had to bail and go indoors at 2am due to CBS. I was out on a spur of the moment, and pieced together a bunch of gear from others, without my better stuff.

    SO: based on that, and your timely thread, my poncho liner is now going to become a PLUQ. It sure would've helped. Thanks for the extra push!

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