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View Poll Results: Cushions,Memory foam,Sleeping bag,Sheets and a blanket
Sleeping bag 0 0%
Sleeping bag and your own pillow 19 19.59%
Sheets and blanket and your own pillow 36 37.11%
Stock cushions and 1" memory foam 6 6.19%
Stock cushions and 1 1/2' memory foam 3 3.09%
Stock cushions and 2" memory foam 7 7.22%
Stock cushions and 2 1/2" memory foam 0 0%
Stock cushions and 3" memory foam 6 6.19%
Stock cushions and 3 1/2" memory foam 0 0%
Stock cushions and 4" memory foam 2 2.06%
Stock cushions and 4 1/2" memory foam 0 0%
Stock cushions and 5" memory foam 0 0%
Stock cushions and 5 1/2" memory foam 0 0%
Stock cushions and 6" memory foam 0 0%
Only the stock cushions 18 18.56%
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Old 08-28-2008, 08:08 PM   #15
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Sheets, blankets, and a faux feather-bed on top of the stock cushions. (The faux is fiber-filled.)
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Old 08-28-2008, 08:39 PM   #16
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Stock cushions and a few layers of old (as in older than my 22 yr old son) 2" foam we had for tent camping. We never travel without our own pillows - they've been many places. Own sheets and blankets/duvet from house depending on weather expected. Gave up sleeping bags when the tent was put away.

Always wanted to try memory foam, just haven't got there yet.
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Old 08-31-2008, 04:11 AM   #17
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We use sleeping bags (with our own pillows), since we convert back to the dinette each morning, sleeping on the stock cushions with our Thermarest pads on top. The pads even things out, which is nice because my hips fall EXACTLY on a seam, and they keep body moisture from descending into the cushions.
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Old 08-31-2008, 09:15 AM   #18
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I have removed the dinette and have a permanent bed with a 3 inch memory foam mattress with a mircofibre cover on it. Works really well and I was able to get rid of the stock stinky foam
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