Hi there, Tom. I'm from grand ole' South Georgia and if there's one thing that we're ragged about down here that's probably true, it's our fondness for WOODS! I love 'em, and am in 'em about every other weekend. Sometimes it's destination by foot, sometimes it's destination by four wheel drive. This may be in contrary to the majority of the profiles you might receive, but I have never used a hammock for camping. I have always been one for tents. The biggest reason being the horse size misquitos we have down here. It never gets quite cold enough in the winter to kill them off and it seems each year they just get bigger and bigger. I'm wondering if the "fly" on your hammock might prevent them from carrying me off during my sleep? Yes or no, I am open to the idea of hammock camping. I'd love to test this product for ya'.
Many thanks for your faith in this group!
I'm very pleased to have found out how to access this site.
Many users of my hammock tell me that there is a lot of discussion
that I should be aware of for valuable feedback from this group. I'm
an Industrial Designer living in the Gulf Islands near Vancouver,
This whole project evolved from my search for the lightest/cheapest/
best gear for my weekend bicycle trips out of Washington, D.C. up to
the Appalachian Trail over 40 years ago. Hammocks have always been my
favorite piece of camping gear and the design challenge to improve
it has turned out to be way more fun than I ever imagined. I have
offered Jerry Goller in Salt Lake City six hammocks to distribute for
testing and will appreciate all feedback to make this little piece of
gear even better.
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