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River Bed

Sleep in an innertube
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I went tubing yesterday.

I was being towed behind the boat at a nice speed, going back to the dock, and I found that the motion and the sounds were very soothing. In fact, I would have fallen asleep except that I kept on thinking about how this would be a great idea for the halfbakery.

I'm thinking of an floating bed attached to a wall by a rope, floating on a pool of flowing water accompanied by soothing water sounds.

That gentle rocking, very soothing.

(To stop from falling out, have rails on the bed, nice soft inflatable ones)

DesertFox, Jun 01 2004

water beds http://www.abed.com/waterbeds.html?r=msn
you can get the noises and even a heater. [dentworth, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Not recommended for the faint of bladder
yamahito, Jun 01 2004
  

       Ah, the pool filters will take care of that.
DesertFox, Jun 01 2004
  

       I've never been on one but I'm told this is the exact purpose of the water bed. link coming
dentworth, Jun 01 2004
  

       This is different. You actually float over free-flowing water
DesertFox, Jun 01 2004
  

       Very soothing, until you roll over in your sleep...
DrCurry, Jun 01 2004
  

       that is what the soft inflatable rails are for.
DesertFox, Jun 01 2004
  
      
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