jumping in late, but here are some stands from Byer's of Maine..
check out the Madera wood hammock stand - not something you can take on
your scooter, but interesting nevertheless.
sandy in miami
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "be5755" <be5755@...> wrote:
> Im Tom- English newbie.
> Ive seen a couple of people using "freestanding hammocks". Essntially
> its a normal hammock but comes with its own supports. They are a bit
> like walking poles, but come with a cross shaped spacer halfway along
> their length. There are four support cords on each pole, which run
> end to end, and each cord runs over an outstretched arm of the cross,
> so it looks almost like two pyramids base to base. You have the two
> poles with the hammock strung inbetween, then a couple of guy ropes
> coming from the poles. Obviously not ideal unless you have good firm
> ground, but I though id throw it into the mixer- maybe you could
> engineer something similar as your second support for scooter camping?