Re: Hammock Camping Double Bottom 1.1oz ripstop prototype
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, robi dawson <beanco@m...>
> Rick, got photos available?stuff
> At 03:22 PM 6/2/03 +0000, you wrote:
> >I sewed up a new hammock yesterday afternoon and slept in it very
> >comfortably last night.
> >It is made of 2 layers of 1.1 oz ripstop, and a chord cut bug net
> >made of noseeum, similar to my previous two hammocks.
> >I trimmed the layers of the hammock to 4' x 10' and attached 1"
> >polypro straps, 15 feet long.
> >Weight: hammock: 19.6 oz (in stuff sack)
> >When I add the 10 x 5 foot tarp with spectra cords, (10.4 oz in
> >sack) I get a total package weight of 30 oz (1.9 pounds) same asmorning.
> >the weight of my quilt. This is a little heavier than the HH, but
> >allows me enough tarp to sit in the hammock in the rain and pack my
> >gear for the day... Quite a nice way to get started in the
> >Compared with the weight of the polyester hammock I used on the AT
> >weeks ago, the new hammock is 6 oz lighter.705065843:HM/A=1524963/R=0/SIG=12ongbbsq/*http://hits.411web.com/cgi-
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