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Old 11-29-2010, 08:57 AM   #15
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The only way I would pay 600 dollars for a sleeping bag is if they would take 2 three hundred dollar ducks in trade for it. Of course, that is just me......

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If it were my wife, I would state, "Oh! Great! We can sleep together in it for a little fun."

She will NOT buy it then.
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A couple of Wenzel Carhartt Super King-size 0 rated sleeping bags will do you just as good and cost 8% of what those "special" types cost.

Plus you can then zip the two of them together so that you both can fit in it comfortably.

I've been using this method of bedding in my camper for years.
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Thanks guys for all the info on the $ 600 sleeping bag. I
think I have my wife convinced to look at other bags.
I almost said that I will have the old bag look-----but
I didn't.
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:54 PM   #19
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Now just hang on there for a minute. I might be on the DWs side of this argument. If you married high maintenance its like a mh, you have to pay more for the tires.

Hope my DW doesn't find out about those sleeping bags.

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