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Old 10-29-2009, 09:23 AM   #1
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CCD Sleeping Bag

As a fulltimer for 4 years in a 22 ft CCD I found the perfect bedding for the bed. I found a double sleeping bag sold by an outfit called The Sportsmens Guide an it fits the bed perfect. I made the bed up an then used a Wool Blanket as a bed cover an tucked it in very tight. Then just put the sleeping bag on top. It's a brown canves bag an looks very nice. $103.00 with shipping.

I have been through some bad weather back here in N.W. Arkansas including an ice storm last year that lasted a week. This sleeping bag is rated down to 0 degrees. If Mother Nature trys to make this place a deep freeze again this year I am ready. If your looking for a perfect fit an a warm bed this is it.....My two cents...Jon
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Good to know about, Jon. Thanks! Having recently endured a couple of really cold nights, I began to shop for some more blankets to have on hand. I'll keep the sleeping bag idea in mind!
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We always keep a down sleeping bag in the Safari. We usually don't need it, but it's nice to have when you do need one. It packs well and is light weight.
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