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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    Well, if he eats you after mating, you won't be able to pester him asking for your hammock back!
    Nah...if he's gonna eat me, I'll make sure he's gonna eat me before mating!
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    Hey, no means no, right?

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    that was a good laugh!!!hehehehe....desperatley ignoring yard work
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbishop351 View Post
    Nah...if he's gonna eat me, I'll make sure he's gonna eat me before mating!
    Hehehehehe....If that happens, I guess your smokes will be safe then too, huh? BD
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    i don't remember if you have said you use a pad or not, but i use a big agnes insulated air core (or an exped down air mat in the winter).
    i only inflate them about half way, so they fully support my back when back sleeping & my side when side sleeping.
    just like sleeping on an... well, an air bed
    i also use a neck pillow & something as a pillow between my knees when on my side or under my knees when on my back.
    Hey Slowhike,
    I also have a Big Agnes Insulated Air Core but use their 35 degree bag (Horse Thief?? can't remember). What do you do in the summer when it's hot?
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by qpens View Post
    Hey Slowhike,
    I also have a Big Agnes Insulated Air Core but use their 35 degree bag (Horse Thief?? can't remember). What do you do in the summer when it's hot?
    Michael
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    i still use the insulated aircore, but no other insulation on the underside of the hammock.
    on top i've been using a horsethief made into a quilt, but sometimes that's to much & i just leave it beside me in the hammock or partly pulled over me.
    this year i got one of the older version speer top blankets (sewn through construction). it's way thinner & lighter, so it'll be perfect for summer.
    i plan to put a no snivler type head hole in it.
    ed may still have some of the older version top blankets under "sale items". if not, it would be extremely easy to make one... or a thin synthetic quilt. ...tim
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