Re: [Hammock Camping] My coldest night in a Hammock yet...and I survived!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rick <ra1@i...> wrote:
> Rat wrote:hog
> >When I went home on R&R this time we had scheduled a pretty big
> >hunt at Lake Granger (Texas). Lake Grange is my "testing grounds"camp
> >for all things backpacking. Since we boat in to our primative
> >site it is easy to take the new homemade/lightweight gear andalso
> >the old tried and true to fall back on if I need it.(Target)
> Sounds like a good, safe way to do testing.
> >Granger is far
> >enough away from home so I don't just "go to the house" if things
> >get bad, I am forced to find a solution. If things get REALLY bad
> >the truck, and heater, is just short boat ride away. I have never
> >had to use that as an out though!
> >My Hammock gear was "Old School", two closed cell foam pads
> >one with a shiny car window thingy glued to it. A militarysleeping
> >bag (synthetic) mummy style, wool blend longjohns, wool blendsocks
> >and a knit balaclava. My hammock is the HH Exped Asym with thestock
> >I wanted to build a new tarp and some quilts but I just didn't
> >the time. Those will hafta wait until May, when I get home forgood.
> >Sorry that should read 20, 21 and 22 of JANUARY!
> >20 Feb
> Last year??
- --- In email@example.com, "chcoa" <jdeben@h...> wrote:
>I misspelled it...:) Ferd (short for Ferdinand) Burfel is a late
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "pedantus" <pedantus@h...>
> Furd Burfle's campsite???
> I have to know the story behind this name.
sixties nickname conjuring the image of a self-assured rural person
who is proudly independant but wholly uninformed as to the
conventions of any 'reality' outside of the narrow confines of his
own traditions, habits, and individual quirks.
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
First Show 1968
Last Show 1973
Slot Day Monday
Slot Time 8 pm
(And now you know where the name Pedantus comes from...:)
> jamie in az