13247Re: ENO Hammock Reviews?
- Mar 27, 2006That's great advice.
--- In email@example.com, "wootres4" <chriswootres@...>
> >The Hennessey Hammocks' bug-net doesn't come off does it?
> From what I have read; no the bug net is an integral part of the
> Hennessey hammock. Many of the group swears by them for good reason.
> I was sold on the ENO double by one of the owners. It was the most
> comfortable thing I have ever laid in. I practiced erecting it in
> the back yard and my 74 yr old father in-law came by. I told him to
> try it and the bugger promptly fell asleep in it. The whole thing
> packs away in the outer pockets of my day pack so it can go anywhere
> with me.
> I think bottom line for choosing a hammock should start with what
> you want from it and how much fuss you are willing to accept in put
> up and take down. I fully expect all are as comfortable as another
> so as I said., set your criteria and find the one that best fits.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ray" <raydiaz8@> wrote:
> > >I enjoy the versatility of the 3 component
> > >set up which allows me to adapt to the time
> > >of year (bugs or no bugs), place I'm at, and
> > >weather conditions of the moment.
> > Chris, That's exactly why I was at this as a possible camping
> > because I can use it by itself for just hanging around, and add the
> > rest of the gear for camping.
> > The Hennessey Hammocks' bug-net doesn't come off does it?
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