Well, theoretically, if you hang it high enough, eventually it will run
out of stretch.....so you COULD hang it over the edge of Hoover
Dam.......but then.....well.....I dunno. Besides, if you use a bungee
cord, somebody might decide to turn you into a slingshot during their 2
a.m. trip to answer nature's call....
....wait. That could be fun. Don't take any sharp things to bed with
you and we'll try it out. Hang parallel to a lake if possible.
From: Rosaleen Sullivan <rosaleen43@...
To: hammockcamping <email@example.com
Sent: Mon, May 10, 2010 7:25 am
Subject: [Hammock Camping] Re: Para cord
Ha, ha! our sense if humor is showing again, Girl Friend!
Actually you "CAN" hang a hammock with bungie cord, but you may not be
happy with the result when you use the hammock...
Re: Para cord
Posted by: "Rogene Calkins" ccwayah@...
Date: Sun May 9, 2010 9:17 am ((PDT))
> If a rope stretches and stays stretched, I think its usefullness
> hammocking is different from if that rope stretches, goes back,
> stretchs again under weight.
Correct can't hang a hammock with a bungie cord.
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