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  1. #11
    Senior Member ibgary's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Colorado
    Hammock
    Dangerbird, (custom) thanks Papa
    Tarp
    10x10 DIY
    Insulation
    DIY insultex.
    Suspension
    Woopie, UCR
    Posts
    467
    Welcome Freakman. Keep the ?s coming. You'll get lots of answers, chose the 1 that's right 4 u.

  2. #12
    CrankyOldGuy's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Location
    Hilton Head Is., SC
    Hammock
    Nano-7
    Tarp
    Zpack cuben
    Insulation
    Phoenix UQ/ JRB TQ
    Suspension
    whoopies
    Posts
    248
    Another yes on the ridge line and drip-stoppers. I wouldn't feel safe with paracord. Amsteel whoopies are a joy. I really like my nano, I had a similar asym tarp, I later upgraded to a lighter one (spinnaker fabric) of similar size and recently bought a much larger cuben tarp. Same weight, twice as large, I like the safety factor if the weather is dicey.

    You were warned earlier to run for your life and it appears you ignored fair warning. This stuff is highly addictive.
    Last edited by CrankyOldGuy; 12-27-2012 at 20:59.
    "A bore is a man who deprives you of solitude without providing you with company." Gian Vincenzo Gravina (1664 - 1718)

  3. #13
    Member Gavin1999's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Location
    Dalton GA
    Hammock
    eno single nest hammock
    Insulation
    0 degree bag
    Posts
    92
    Answer to question 1 ridgelines are good for hanging water bottles and other essentials like keys.

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