Anybody else sleep out ?

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pumbaa

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Jan 28, 2005
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Very nearly , my brother bought the kids a giant trampalene . Spent most of last night trying to put it together and have it look like a trampalene !!! got in at 2ish.
Up again at 7.45 .
they even do a tent attachment for this trampalene , so you can keep your hammocks! although it is not lightweight!!!!
Have a good day
Pumbaa
 

philaw

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Nov 27, 2004
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Not even slightly. I mentioned my plans to be out camping, but my buddies decided to stay home with their families, so we stayed with them. It was good, though, because we had roasted chicken with excellent mushroom stuffing, piles of chocolate and wine... just about all the things that you don't have on an ordinary day in China.
 

ship

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Nov 27, 2005
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little ship wanted to be out in the garden, to see if he could hear the sliegh bells, but mrs. ship offered an early pressie, and as she,s on nights for the next 4, i was in the bed :D

ship :)
 

martin

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Sep 24, 2003
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I'll be under my basha tomorrow night testing my christmas prezzie from our Lass. Black on black 4 season. The forecast is for snow tomorrow so it should be fun. I thinking of taking one of my pike rods and a couple of baits, combine my two favorite hobbies piking and bushcraft.
 

nameless

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Jan 1, 2004
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I slept out on xmas night, Testing out my new bivy bag, though since i live in the suburbs the back gareden was all i could manage! :eek: Had a good time setting my gear up, I always find you get abeter sleep outside than in does anyone else find this??

Cheers
Scott
 

led

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Aug 24, 2004
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Spent a couple of nights out in my hammock as we'd got a housefull of guests. It was bliss to have some peace and quiet! (Which reminds me Andrew, I must talk to you about a warmer sleeping bag :))
 

outdoorcode

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Feb 14, 2005
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Wayland said:
And what's the power cord for ?
I'm rather embarrassed to say that it was for a tv, my better half had some conditions about staying out for 11 nights over christmas, but we did only use it for a couple of hours on a couple of nights, not that there was much worth watching , and we only had 3 channels :eek:
 

Scoops

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May 17, 2005
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ive dreamt for years about away over the chrismas period to get away from all the commersial crap that it now is and spend it in the woods with my hammock and a turkey roasting over an open fire :D