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  • chcoa
    Hi Slowhike, I guess I missed that part, thanks for setting me straight. Best of luck with your experiments. I hope your friend likes the eventual outcome.
    Message 1 of 31 , Jun 21, 2005
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      Hi Slowhike,

      I guess I missed that part, thanks for setting me straight. Best of
      luck with your experiments. I hope your friend likes the eventual
      outcome.

      jamie in az

      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, "slowhike" <slowhike@y...>
      wrote:
      > jamie in az... if you were following this thread very closely,
      you
      > mite would remember that my friend (who owns the HH) also owns a
      > speer, & i own (& now spend every night in) an eagles nest double.
      the
      > HH dosen`t wrap around you & enclose you as much. it also alows you
      to
      > see around better(lower walls). but for some folks, including
      myself
      > (& the owner of the HH i`m working on), we`d just like to see
      around a
      > little better, w/o the net. we like the wide spread of the HH bed,
      but
      > most of the time would rather not have the net in the way. so i`m
      not
      > doing away w/ all of the original design features as you suggested.
      > nor am i doing anything to go aganst tom`s patten. at trail days in
      > damascus, va, tom seemed very open to new ideas. now, to report
      on
      > this experiment; it does indeed work w/o the net! the already short
      > walls (which were not really taught w/ the net) probably sag just a
      > little more now,but not much.i`m working on that at each end now.
      > also, because of a broken back & 13 broken ribs 3 years ago, i need
      a
      > little thicker pad than some(BA insulated aircore). the shorter,
      less
      > confining walls of the HH don`t hold a larger pad in as well.
      > especaily for someone who moves around at night. but my friend who
      > needs less pad, is going to love that wide open sleeping surface.
      > slowhike
    • chcoa
      Hi Slowhike, I guess I missed that part, thanks for setting me straight. Best of luck with your experiments. I hope your friend likes the eventual outcome.
      Message 31 of 31 , Jun 21, 2005
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        Hi Slowhike,

        I guess I missed that part, thanks for setting me straight. Best of
        luck with your experiments. I hope your friend likes the eventual
        outcome.

        jamie in az

        --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, "slowhike" <slowhike@y...>
        wrote:
        > jamie in az... if you were following this thread very closely,
        you
        > mite would remember that my friend (who owns the HH) also owns a
        > speer, & i own (& now spend every night in) an eagles nest double.
        the
        > HH dosen`t wrap around you & enclose you as much. it also alows you
        to
        > see around better(lower walls). but for some folks, including
        myself
        > (& the owner of the HH i`m working on), we`d just like to see
        around a
        > little better, w/o the net. we like the wide spread of the HH bed,
        but
        > most of the time would rather not have the net in the way. so i`m
        not
        > doing away w/ all of the original design features as you suggested.
        > nor am i doing anything to go aganst tom`s patten. at trail days in
        > damascus, va, tom seemed very open to new ideas. now, to report
        on
        > this experiment; it does indeed work w/o the net! the already short
        > walls (which were not really taught w/ the net) probably sag just a
        > little more now,but not much.i`m working on that at each end now.
        > also, because of a broken back & 13 broken ribs 3 years ago, i need
        a
        > little thicker pad than some(BA insulated aircore). the shorter,
        less
        > confining walls of the HH don`t hold a larger pad in as well.
        > especaily for someone who moves around at night. but my friend who
        > needs less pad, is going to love that wide open sleeping surface.
        > slowhike
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