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    I'm making a connection... you're asking about a "guest hammock" for your brother now? After he got soaked and you were dry?
    (in the "second hammock" thread)

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    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
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    gram counter, not gram weenie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium_hiker View Post
    I'm making a connection... you're asking about a "guest hammock" for your brother now? After he got soaked and you were dry?
    (in the "second hammock" thread)

    TH
    That's it! He really loved my BB and I'm convinced he was trying to knock me out of the canoe so he could sleep in it.

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    So why not get him a BB? when's his birthday?

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    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
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    gram counter, not gram weenie!

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    C'mon! I'm not made of money here! (it's actually starting to look like I might be made of debt.). Another forum member made me a very good deal on a lightly used HH ULBA with the undercover. So, hammock, tarp, and insulation, all quite a bit cheaper than a BB. His B-day is already passed, but I usually hang onto his presents until I see him unless it's something small and cheap to mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by east_stingray View Post
    C'mon! I'm not made of money here! (it's actually starting to look like I might be made of debt.). Another forum member made me a very good deal on a lightly used HH ULBA with the undercover. So, hammock, tarp, and insulation, all quite a bit cheaper than a BB. His B-day is already passed, but I usually hang onto his presents until I see him unless it's something small and cheap to mail.
    If you already have the Super Shelter Undercover, just order the pads from Hennessy.

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    That's the plan, although we won't need the pads for our trip in June. It'll be too hot. That will give him a chance to make sure he likes it before ordering the pad.

    Is there a SS overcover as well?

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    Il. is a wonderful state, we have more ex governors in jail than any other state, and we are about to put one more in! However I own a bunch of central Il. (w. of springfield)farmland and their aint none better! and it did not crash wih the current crisis. I ignore the gov. and get to the Buffalo when I can. No one lives directly on the Buffalo and Gilbert is the only town (pop. 33!) on the river, our place is 1/2 mi. n on a gravel rd. Whiporwills, turkey deer and now armadillos! gnome



    Quote Originally Posted by east_stingray View Post
    I can't believe you have a cabin on the buffalo but still live in IL. I'm from central IL and I promise you I won't ever be back for more than a short visit. Nanny state with high taxes and mentally retarded legislators... no thanks. I left for med school and feel like I escaped from Alcatraz or something.

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