Xscape Designs "Solo" - 3 Lb Rectangular Sleeping Bag



Whether you are backpacking through the gorge or lodging in the weekend cabin, the Solo Sleeping Bag provides all the necessities for a peaceful night's sleep.  The Solo features a lightweight, wind-resistant, quick-drying shell and liner both constructed of 190T polyester. 

Durable polyester taffeta holds up to years of rugged use while still maintaining a silky-smooth feel. The rectangular design allows plenty of room for a single camper but thanks to its fully separating zipper, two bags can easily be connected together to create a cozy slumber for two.

When ready for transit elastic bands at the bottom of the bag allow you to hold the rolled bag tightly, while the polyester draw-string stuff sack provides protection against debris and snags during transport.

Price: $35.99

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Wood look aged Calico



I had the opportunity to play last night and he had to be creative. Sometimes you just play and do your own thing...You never know what error or experiment will work if not try it.

I never lose the opportunity to recycle an old wooden sign. With that, you have to appreciate the story had once. This poster was made by a judge in Clarksville, TN. So instead of playing overturned it and used it as a test Board for some colors of paint. After was time to continue my creativity! Normally go into something with an idea in my head... is it makes me started but never turns out as I had imagined. I wanted a look of aged wood and understood but not the typical aged look.

I started with a layer of Brown Buffalo painting...Let it dry for 15 minutes. Then I painted 12 x 12 sections with bear of vanilla mixed with some Brown Buffalo and drugs a synthetic rubber granulated comb through wet paint, then moved to the next section. I used black ReVAX (our wax/varnish blend) in areas randomly rubbing randomly with a paper towel or dragging the comb polished through sections like next layer. Then I took a little lighter Brown (brown bear Buffalo mix vanilla) and dry brushed in areas at random and then use a paper towel to pull it through the paint.

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