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    Grizz beak preparation

    Hi all.
    Wonderful hang last night, 10 hours + of solid sleep so I’d say I’m getting my hang dialled!!
    Trying out a “Grizz beak” in prep for winter....had my mamajamba tarp in porch mode and still managed full coverage at the head end with the Grizz beak, brilliant bit of kit.
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    Senior Member Aardvark's Avatar
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    Love that, what underquilt are you rocking?
    .... the Aardvark (earth pig)... a rather unremarkable creature whose sole claim to fame is that it is the first animal listed in the dictionary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aardvark View Post
    Love that, what underquilt are you rocking?
    appears to be the simply light designs trail winder: https://www.simplylightdesigns.com/c...winder-asym-uq
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    if you know where to look for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aardvark View Post
    Love that, what underquilt are you rocking?
    Quote Originally Posted by soul embrace View Post
    appears to be the simply light designs trail winder: https://www.simplylightdesigns.com/c...winder-asym-uq
    It is indeed the SLD trailwinder, I went for 6oz apex and it’s lovely so far down to 7-8c.
    Looking forward to some winter hangs, but I only see lows of around 0c maybe -5c at the coldest.

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    Is that a micro UCO tea light lantern I see?


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    Yes, my pack weighs 70lbs, but it's all light weight gear....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikekiM View Post
    Is that a micro UCO tea light lantern I see?


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    Yes! A tiny luxury, but there’s nothing like a candle flickering to mix with the woodland sounds and send someone off to sleep

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    Totally agree.. I have the original size, and the same micro you have, but it's unpainted. I like it beside my cook kit when making a meal in the winter when sun sets early. I have a crack in the glass and have been searching for a replacement in a lighter material.. no luck so far.
    Yes, my pack weighs 70lbs, but it's all light weight gear....
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