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    Stumblefoot's Avatar
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    Beats going to a motel

    We have moved approximately 170 miles from our old house. I had to return to our old house to cut the grass and make a minor repair. I was meeting some friends the next day and needed a place to sleep. There's no furniture in the house so what was I to do? Hang your WB Ridge Runner in the back yard as you have done many times before.

    This is a picture of the WBRR and my JRB Nest UQ. Slept like a baby.
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    Senior Member Steve D's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumblefoot View Post
    We have moved approximately 170 miles from our old house. I had to return to our old house to cut the grass and make a minor repair. I was meeting some friends the next day and needed a place to sleep. There's no furniture in the house so what was I to do? Hang your WB Ridge Runner in the back yard as you have done many times before.
    Sounds kinda sort familiar. I'm a member of the Alumni Board at Young Harris College in NE Georgia and have to head up to campus 3 or 4 times a year for meetings. Gas to get there costs enough but having to get a hotel room on top of that is really the pits. Fortunately the Alumni Services building has a deck supported by a couple of sturdy posts just the right distance apart for a hammock. Setting up a tarp is a bit tricky but I've been mostly lucky weather-wise. And, when the weather does crap out, I have another spot nearby up on the hillside that a tarp works just fine on.

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