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Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Colorado overnight hike

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  • Dick Matthews
    Carey, Easy for you to have peace of mind - I often suffer from operator error. A trash bag attached to the ridgeline with binder clips would work. Lots of
    Message 1 of 20 , Sep 15, 2006
      Carey,

      Easy for you to have peace of mind - I often suffer from operator error.

      A trash bag attached to the ridgeline with binder clips would work.
      Lots of solutions.

      For me simple is better because I often out-smart myself.

      Dick Matthews


      Carey Parks wrote:

      >Hi Dick,
      >
      >Thanks for the information. I'm sure you know how much it helps one's peace
      >of mind as you walk out the door to have someone who's done it tell you it
      >works vs. just guessing.
      >
      >I like the idea of backing up the hood hole - it's one of those head
      >slappers - so simple of course. Maybe it would work to rig a "shingle" over
      >the hood hole, or re-engineer the hood so the hood is really a flat piece of
      >material that can lie over the neck hole when used as a tarp, or tied like
      >the "babushka" my chech grandmother used to wear on her head. Interesting
      >thought. I'll have to play with it some.
      >
      >Thanks again,
      >
      >Carey
      >
      >
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