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  1. #11
    Airsafety's Avatar
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    You know Doc, I may just be interested. Would you entertain an offer? I'm funds-limited and I don't want to waste your time - my offer would be under $100...
    "The fortune of he who sits also sits."

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  2. #12
    Doc, I'll take the Exped (Does that come with the snakeskin?). And, Airsafety, I'd definitely appreciate it if you could send that suspension along as well.

  3. #13
    Airsafety's Avatar
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    No problem on the suspension. I'll coordinate with Doc on the shipping. Congratulations!
    "The fortune of he who sits also sits."

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  4. #14
    Thanks. My hammock adventure begins!

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    Bend, OR
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    Frist night is weird - then better

    Shadeelane - if this hammocking is new to you I would like to share that my first night out usually feels a little weird. That's because my body is used to a regular bed with all its pressure points. By the second night all the tense muscles have re-learned to relax and when I wake in the morning it is like floating in a cloud.

    At first I'd bring a tent - just in case - and a hammock. After the second night I wouldn't even look at the tent - just walk straight to the hammock.

    You got a great deal. I hope you enjoy your new adventure.

  6. #16
    You know, that's one reason I want to get into a hammock for camping. I always sleep on my side or stomach in bed and can't sleep a wink on my back. But I can jump in my cheap hammock I have rigged up in my backyard, and it's almost impossible to get any reading done because I fall asleep so fast.

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    Senior Member Doc B's Avatar
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