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Old 03-21-2020, 04:27 PM   #21
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Well, I will say that having the two densities as one piece is desirable. Two separate pieces and they can go in different directions. Can anyone tell me why my sheets and blanket slide to opposite sides of the bed?
Different monsters want different things.
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Old 03-21-2020, 04:43 PM   #22
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Memory foam holdsMoisture. Baaad idea on water or in a RAV in moist areas.
Cheers. Former owner of a moldy memory foam bed in the camper
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Back to the cushions... On our sailboat I added 2” memory foam from Costco. Husband like his underneath the original cushion, I like mine on top. I will add Hypervent for additional ventilation if we start cruising more often.
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Old 03-23-2020, 09:04 AM   #24
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Back to the cushions... On our sailboat I added 2” memory foam from Costco. Husband like his underneath the original cushion, I like mine on top. I will add Hypervent for additional ventilation if we start cruising more often.



Welcome to the forum Caplansail! You got a sailboat AND a Skoolie? Or are you just in the planning stages?
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Old 03-25-2020, 08:02 AM   #25
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Welcome to the forum Caplansail! You got a sailboat AND a Skoolie? Or are you just in the planning stages?
We are longtime sailors! We have the sailboat for 15 years, a Beneteau 36.7 near NYC on the Long Island Sound. We primarily race, but are looking to do more cruising.

I caught the skoolie bug a year ago. You can’t travel everywhere I want to visit in the US by boat!!! I took a solo road trip south to the Know HOW Expo in Florida, rented a campervan for six nights, loved it, and I am bus hunting. My husband thinks it’s crazy. I think a bus, downsizing to an apt, and a boat make total sense! I love following you on Instagram, btw.
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Ah, that’s Argo Oddessy! Are you on Instagram?
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Old 03-27-2020, 11:11 AM   #27
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That's amazing. I had an Ericson 35 MKII for 9 years, lived on it for 1.5 and primarily used it for crabbing, but now I'm getting the racing itch, even if it's just for Thursday night beer can specials.



I am not on Instagram actually. Maybe I should? I don't have any social media for anything, except an account here and on Blogspot. Sorry to sound like a dinosaur, but is Instagram for a skoolie worth the effort?
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I’m only on Instagram, there is an active skoolie community esp of young couples and families, but a good number of quieter folks in the 60ish bracket. I like it for build ideas, since I don’t have a bus yet. Lots of very creative people rolling around!
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