Join Date: May 2012
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Hammock: WL Lite Owl, WB Ridgerunner
Tarp: WL Tadpole
Insulation: AE Jarbidge, bag
Just got my new RR
What a way to start a weekend! I came home and found a package containing my new RR waiting for me. I immediately set it up in my backyard.
My initial thoughts: wow, this hammock is comfortable, I mean really comfortable. Imagine the best cot you've ever slept on--it's better. Also, construction is absolutely top notch, with all the signs of true craftsmanship.
I'm going to sleep in it tomorrow, either at my local state park or in my backyard (while the test of the country is in the grips of a deep freeze, it's in the 70s in South Texas). I'll post an update afterward.
Last edited by Raoul Duke; 01-25-2013 at 20:09..
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Denver, CO
Hammock: WBRR, WBBB XLC
Insulation: Variety of Quilts
Very nice, congrats on the new gear. And the mild weather!
Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.
Big congrats on a fine piece of gear!
The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. - St. Augustine
Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.
- Bob Marley
Congratulations! I am a RR convert too, and it is definitely the most comfortable hammock that I have been in so far. It will get even better when you have the time to tweak it a little.
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Soon I'll lose these rags and run, Returning to the wild where I'm from. -Chris Whitley
Join Date: Sep 2012
Hammock: WBBB XLC 1.7d
Tarp: HG WinterPalace
Insulation: ncubator revelatin
Suspension: straps whoopie
very nice congrats