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Re: [at-l] Sleeping Pads



You can even float around just using one -- the Army up here issues them to
us and during a Recce Course they gave us an Improvised Floatation class.
Fun stuff!  But a little chilly in Owen Sound.... :))

Slainte,
Cindi

>David,
>
>I used a ridgerest and was comfortable enough.  My biggest concern was
>weight and maintence.  But if you duct tape two therma-rests together it
>makes a decent raft.  A buddy of mine did this at trail days last year and
>I have the pictures to prove it.  Don't think two ridgerest would do the
>job.  
>
>		have fun,
>
>		Kurt
>		kurt.kirsch@interntmci.com
>
>
>There were days,
>there were days,
>there were days, I know.
>When all we ever wanted,
>was to learn and love and grow.
>When we grew into our shoes,  
>we told them where to go.
>Walked halfway around the world,
>on promise of the glow
>Stood upon a mountain top.
>Walked barefoot in the snow.
>Gave all we had to give,  
>how much we'll never know, . . . . never know.
>				
>                                 Robert Hunter           
>
>
>
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