Re: Top Ten Questions
- Those are really good. I was also thinking about the typical
questions "What kind of hammock should I buy?" and "How will I know if
I will like it?"
Bill in Houston
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff" <jwj32542@...> wrote:
> That's what I tried to do with my page. More than ten questions,
> I'd have to echo Youngblood, though - Ed's book is a great place to
- "How will I know if I will like it?"
When you wake up the next morning and realize you actually had a good nights
sleep, no problems with rocks, roots, or rain water...
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- --- In email@example.com, "Scott" <scotth61@...> wrote:
>Haha - no. I wasn't even thinking about the questions on the first
> Maybe I'm missing something? I only saw 7 questions on your page...
> is there a second part somewhere else?
page...I was just thinking about all the topics covered (pads,
underquilts, tarps, bivies, site selection, storage, etc). Forgot I
had even framed the front page as questions!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dave Womble" <dpwomble@...> wrote:
> I've never thought of it that way
*I* thought of something that DAVE WOMBLE never thought of?
Either I'll be receiving an Ice Skating Party invitation from the
devil, or someone else is about to return!
Sorry, Dave, it's just that I have learned SO much for your posts over
the years, it was a surprise to read that. You made my day!
ps- I still feel like a newbie...