Thank you. These were very helpful. Good job Shane on your pics.
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> --- In email@example.com, "chcoa" <jdeben@h...> wrote:
> > Bear with me folks, I'm stuck on this bug net quest. Now in
> > pics it looks like Shane (Mirage) just has the bug net dangling
> > both sides. I know he says he didn't have time to do it right
> > of the camara but what would right be?
> Both, I think. If it's just flopped over (like Risk's flop-over
> that's only sewn on one side), most bugs aren't smart enough to
> under the net, over the hammock, to get to the goodies inside. In
> very buggy environments it might not work as well as a fully
> enclosed one...depends on what you need.
> Also, if you're using an underquilt you can tuck the bugnet
> the hammock and underquilt for a good seal.http://www.peak.org/~webdawg/Hammocking/MirageHammockSystem/index.htm
> Mirage also has a bugnet with shockcord around the bottom that
> cinches tight. Click here and check the "Bugnet Detail" pics.