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  • robi
    gettting the cheap good from wally wor;d had not occured to me! i iwqll give it some thoguht... thanks robi ps.shipping, esp surface, ain t that bad... ... --
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      gettting the cheap good from wally wor;d had not occured to me! i iwqll
      give it some thoguht...

      thanks

      robi


      ps.shipping, esp surface, ain't that bad...

      n Wed, 16 Feb 2005 11:24:24 -0000, jwj32542 <jwj32542@...> wrote:

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      > --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, beanco@m... wrote:
      >> what is the rn hammock?
      >
      > Ripstop Nylon. You can use Nylon Taffeta, too.
      >
      >
      >> but i live
      >> in hungary. there was only one place that sold suitable
      > material...
      >
      > How much does it cost to mail from the US to Hungary? I'm sure if
      > you offered to pay the cost, someone here could find you some $1/yd
      > Walmart fabric and mail it to you. That would probably still end up
      > being cheaper than mail-ordering full-price nylon and paying them
      > S&H. Of course, you'd have to settle for the weight/color of what
      > was in the bargain bin, but if you can make a hammock for $15 total
      > it's not a big deal.
      >
      >> but i really want a one all solution....
      >
      > I hope you find it. I look at it like sleeping bags - you wouldn't
      > take a summer bag to the Colorado mountains in winter, but you also
      > wouldn't take a winter bag on the Florida Trail unless you wanted to
      > sweat yourself to death!
      >
      > Hammocks are so cheap, light and small when stuffed that having
      > several options is the solution I've found to work for me.
      >
      > Jeff
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      > Yahoo! Groups Links
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