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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammonkey View Post
    I bet you could adjust those holes to allow you to lay a little more diagonally
    When I was trying to do this type of setup with my Kelty Mistral -20, it didn't seem to matter much where the holes were. What made a bigger difference was the size of the holes so the fabric could stretch out. There's only so much room side to side!

    Any trip reports or pictures you could add on the setup? It looks great!

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    Getting sideways even a little seems unlikely in a peapod. If I'm wrong please post a pic. I use a large "hunters" sleeping bag and sleep in the full banana but it works.
    Carpe noctem!!

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    Looks nice and warm, I think it would be too confining for me but I bet they are nice
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    Nice!
    I ate some grubs once that looked like that, lol

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