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    For me, it's not a gear hangar per se, just a...

    For me, it's not a gear hangar per se, just a tube made out of mosquito netting (mesh) that snaps on to the ridgeline. Surprisingly, I don't have any hammock pictures that show that.
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    I concur. I have a DIY mesh ridgeline organizer...

    I concur. I have a DIY mesh ridgeline organizer that I stuff my whole system into; machine, cords, battery, and tubing. When I am in the hammock, there are no sag issues with the ridgeline.
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    Sounds like a good new setup. That's been my...

    Sounds like a good new setup. That's been my experience too with the ResMed 24v machines (AirSense10 and AirMini). They kind of eat up the power. As long as you can compensate for it like you did,...
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    Welcome! The post-scouting camping days are some...

    Welcome! The post-scouting camping days are some of the best. All the enjoyment, none of the responsibility for little stinkers like I was.
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    Wonderful trip video. Those colors in the sky at...

    Wonderful trip video. Those colors in the sky at sunset are magnificent. Glad to see the BWCA (that part anyway) has survived.
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    DutchWare Beetle Buckles for me.

    DutchWare Beetle Buckles for me.
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    LOL but isn't longer better?? :) I think I...

    LOL but isn't longer better?? :)

    I think I will get a shorter hose. Much more manageable.
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    I finally remembered to get some pictures of my...

    I finally remembered to get some pictures of my travel setups.

    My main kit is a ResMed AirMini with ResMed P10 nasal pillows, and Pilot 24 Lite battery. Great system, and I typically can get 2,...
  9. I double agree. I use my excess tree straps...

    I double agree. I use my excess tree straps bundled up at the buckle, and an old shoelace.
  10. That is a great trip report! I'm really glad to...

    That is a great trip report! I'm really glad to see another successful outing with a Tensa4. My Tensa4 has been invaluable for me on countless motorcycle trips now. I wouldn't give it up for anything.
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    Congratulations on a great trip! I love the WInd...

    Congratulations on a great trip! I love the WInd Rivers. Such a great area, I just don't get there often enough. I'm jealous of your fish catch. Magnificent!
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    I agree, tapered seems to function a little...

    I agree, tapered seems to function a little easier than non-tapered.
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    Beautiful pictures of your summer roundup. For...

    Beautiful pictures of your summer roundup. For those of us who have never been to Norway, it's very nice to see some of the country other than what we see in the travel films. Beautiful!
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    Welcome! There are alos those of us who are...

    Welcome! There are alos those of us who are "Swedish adjacent" that would welcome pictures of your camping trips. Most of my family still lives in the Skåne region.
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    Welcome T-Rav! A fellow Utahn here. Your setup...

    Welcome T-Rav! A fellow Utahn here. Your setup looks like a fairly decent kit. It's hard to go wrong with the HG quilts. I have a Wookie for my Warbonnet Eldorado, and it works terrific for that. Not...
  16. We have a top loading washer, but it is a newer...

    We have a top loading washer, but it is a newer one that does not have the center agitator in it. Kind of like a front load washer but top load.

    Anyway, I wash all my hammocks in the washer on the...
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    I will see if I can get some pictures for you of...

    I will see if I can get some pictures for you of my two travel setups.
  18. Big thumbs up and likes for that. Well done.

    Big thumbs up and likes for that. Well done.
  19. I second what @cmoulder said. In fact I damaged...

    I second what @cmoulder said. In fact I damaged the zipper on my Eldorado when I was messing around with my new winter top cover, and I had too much sag (short ridgeline in essence). Compounded by me...
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    I think it would probably work. YOu would just...

    I think it would probably work. YOu would just have to adjust the UQ suspension so you don't compress the down in the Costco down throw (CDT). I have used a CDT on the outside of my Snugpak synthetic...
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    Sticky: I've been full-time indoor hanging for about 3...

    I've been full-time indoor hanging for about 3 years or so now (4?). I just had hip replacement surgery last week, and find that the hammock is easier to get in and out of than a bed. The hammock...
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    A big +1 on that good buddy. When I was younger,...

    A big +1 on that good buddy. When I was younger, I said out loud many times, "No way I make it to 30". I worked hard at it too; punk band, parties, fights, motorcycles, substances, Army, broken...
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    Beautiful scenery, beautiful tarps!

    Beautiful scenery, beautiful tarps!
  24. That's no top quilt...................it's a...

    That's no top quilt...................it's a monster!!!!!

    I think it looks great. DIY stuff is supposed to be a little quirky, otherwise it looks too professional. You should see my DIY tarp....
  25. Thread: Tensa SOLO?

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    Draco, if it seems to be tensioning the tarp well...

    Draco, if it seems to be tensioning the tarp well enough, then cool. It just seems like something isn't quite right though.

    I'm used to setting up the tarp extenders on the Tensa4 stand though,...
  26. FS: Burrow - I'll take it.

    Burrow - I'll take it.
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    I used to have shock cord attached to my tarp tie...

    I used to have shock cord attached to my tarp tie outs, and then orange zingit from there to the stakes. I took the shock cord off because it stretched too much, especially in the wind.
  28. I use a foldable tv tray table like this one: TV...

    I use a foldable tv tray table like this one: TV Tray Table
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    I agree with the others, nothing wrong with...

    I agree with the others, nothing wrong with attaching the ridgeline to the carabiner.
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    I just snug it up towards the bike. I will try to...

    I just snug it up towards the bike. I will try to take some pics tonight when I get home. When I'm just anchoring the hammock itself, there isn't a whole lot of ground clearance. Most of the...
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    Someday, if you roll through the Salt Lake City...

    Someday, if you roll through the Salt Lake City area, I would love to buy you a beer or two, and check out your whole setup. This is fascinating to me.
  32. Get on that bike and get going. :cool:

    Get on that bike and get going. :cool:
  33. Thank you, sir! It's one of my favorite places...

    Thank you, sir! It's one of my favorite places out here in the West.
  34. Sounds like you probably have a Blackbird XLC? I...

    Sounds like you probably have a Blackbird XLC? I have an Eldorado, so practically the same. I think you have it right though; the Wooki attachments should be inside the chinook. I would think you...
  35. Thread: Tensa SOLO?

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    Nice! Love the Road Kings. I have an '03 FLHRCI. ...

    Nice! Love the Road Kings. I have an '03 FLHRCI. For the Tensa4 anchor, I lark's head the foot-end tether to the saddlebag guard on the righthand side of the bike, and setup the Tensa4 on the left...
  36. Stealth Camp in the Uinta Mountains, Utah

    I had to make a quick trip from the Salt Lake City area to Wyoming, and decided to take the motorcycle and make a little overnight trip of it. I packed everything on the bike, then after work I...
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    Welcome! Your gear exploits probably mirror a lot...

    Welcome! Your gear exploits probably mirror a lot of the people here, including mine. Wonderful country you have to explore there. My extended family all live in Stockholm area and in the South...
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    Unfortunately, the Wooki isn't designed to be...

    Unfortunately, the Wooki isn't designed to be reversible since it is asymmetrical. I guess you could just try swapping ends, i.e. so the foot end would be where your head is. I don't think the Wooki...
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    Yep, Wooki 20F. That was about 5 minutes out of...

    Yep, Wooki 20F. That was about 5 minutes out of the shipping box, so it looks a little disheveled, but the color is fairly accurate. The Wooki looks a little bit lighter in color in the picture, but...
  40. Welcome Reed! Great story! I motorcycle camp too,...

    Welcome Reed! Great story! I motorcycle camp too, and I also have a Warbonnet Eldorado, along with a Warbonnet Wooki 20F under quilt, and a DIY tarp. It has completely changed the way I travel, and...
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    I turned the magical(?) 50 this past August....

    I turned the magical(?) 50 this past August. Hammocks and hammock camping have been a game changer for me. Like many others, I was not kind to myself when I was younger. Things feel better in the...
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    Here is a pic from tonight of my hammock and just...

    Here is a pic from tonight of my hammock and just arrived today 20F Wooki. Both are in dark foliage green. Top cover is Bushwack Shadow Pine Camo for those interested.

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    My 20deg Wooki and Eldorado winter top cover...

    My 20deg Wooki and Eldorado winter top cover arrived today. They are both fantastic, just freakin awesome. The shadow pine camo for the top cover is perfect, exactly what I was hoping for. Thanks...
  44. For what it's worth, I think a 12ft tarp is the...

    For what it's worth, I think a 12ft tarp is the sweet spot for the tarp extenders.
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    My Eldorado is dark foliage green, and I love it....

    My Eldorado is dark foliage green, and I love it. It's green, but not too green, and dark, but not too dark.
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    I ordered a 20deg Wooki, and a winter topcover -...

    I ordered a 20deg Wooki, and a winter topcover - shadow pine camo for my Eldorado. The Budget Officer was very kind to me.
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    I think my time has come to get a Wooki for my El...

    I think my time has come to get a Wooki for my El Dorado. Txt messaging the boss right now.
  48. I typically do the same as leiavoia; half-hitch...

    I typically do the same as leiavoia; half-hitch the tail end of the strap back onto itself just before the knot and let it ride. Cotton shoelaces attached by larks head work really well. The strap...
  49. Thread: Tensa SOLO?

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    Yup, that should work. I typically anchor mine on...

    Yup, that should work. I typically anchor mine on the side opposite the kickstand, with the same kind of result. I think you are going to rest well.
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    I would suggest the High Uintas Wilderness area...

    I would suggest the High Uintas Wilderness area in Northern Utah. The Highline trail is fairly well traveled, but there are tons of opportunities off the main trail system that will check all of your...
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