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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman View Post
    It started raining here about 30 min ago. I grabbed my gear and headed out to the back yard I understand why my wife thinks I'm a bit "off" but I do it anyway....I just can't help myself.
    Our wives share the same thoughts. Hanging in the backyard is also a great way to unwind from the constant whining from a 6 and 8 year old. Have fun tonight!
    "Hanging is soul therapy" -Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    Nothing like testing gear in the backyard. It's one of the things I love about hammocks. I'd never even consider it in my tent in the past. Giving up my nice, comfy bed for the ground was inconceivable. Now, it's a pleasure to give up the bed to try something new in the hammock for a night.
    I agree with the comfy bed vs tent vs hammock. I'm trying to convince some of the guys I work with that sleeping in a hammock is a lot more comfortable than it sounds. They think I'm sleeping in a rope/spreader bar style hammock.
    "Hanging is soul therapy" -Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by inspectorguy View Post
    Ditto.

    I sleep in the back yard prob. at least once a week.
    Working on getting out once a week. Now I'm getting all my equipment set up, I can't wait!
    "Hanging is soul therapy" -Jeff

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    34 degrees, chance of rain...time to get outside! See you in the morning with a hot cup of coffee!
    "Hanging is soul therapy" -Jeff

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    yup it sure is fun trying out something ya made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    yup it sure is fun trying out something ya made.
    I agree! Things worked out pretty well, my DIY mummybag UQ will get me down to about 30*. I'm pretty happy with how things went. I stayed warm, dry and had a good cup of coffee in the morning. It was a great night!
    "Hanging is soul therapy" -Jeff

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