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    Just tried out my new Darien

    I would like to say that I just had a great nap in my new hammock, but I can't say that. Everything started out great, everything went up easy. I laid down got comfortable, closed my eyes, but alas, I was too excited to nap. Although this is my first hammock and I don't have anything to compare to, I can't imagine any hammock being any better quality or more comfortable. Everything was perfect out of the box, make that out of the bag. Thanks Papa Smurf for a job well done!

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    Re: Just tried out my new Darien

    Do you not know you are supposed to play and fiddle with any new hammock for at least 2 hours before you try to use it for it's intended purpose? Sheesh

    Congrats on the new gear, I've heard nothing but good things about papasmurfs work.

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    Re: Just tried out my new Darien

    That's the problem. I didn't mess around enough to get tired. It was all to easy.

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    So, have you gotten a chance to try it out yet? Cause Im about to order either a darien or roaming gnome for my girlfriend.

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    I just recently ordered a Darien myself. Can't wait to try it out, hope the five weeks passes quickly!
    "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view."-Edward Abbey

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