1727Re: I need your suggestions......
- Jun 10 7:41 PMChristina,
I'd suggest just hanging it up a lot like they show it in the photo.
Just don't judge your comfort in this hammock to be what it can be in
a camping hammock. Sometimes people call this sort of hammock a
bannana hammock because you sleep in that position. I can't sleep
like this, and I find that all the camping hammocks feel a lot better.
I wonder how many people would spring for the hammock if it were not
advertised with girls in it?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Christina Moon <moonpi@i...>
> I bought a tie-dye cotton hammock on eBay. It's a cute hammock,imported
> from Thailand, but probably not worth what the seller was charging~ not an
> auction ~ I paid the *buy it now* price. It's 62 inches (5 ft. 1+inch)
> wide by 96 inches (8 ft.) long. Each end is hemmed. It came witha nylon
> cord that is threaded through each end and then tied into loops.This is
> how it hangs.soon as
> I know that the material at the hems is going to begin to wear as
> the cord is threaded through it and it's hung with the weight of aperson
> in it.than
> My question is this ~~~ is there a better way to hang this hammock
> what I just described?
> Blessed Be the Peacemakers!
> May Blesswings of Peace n Love surround you!
> May your Mind be filled with Wisdom.
> May your Eyes be filled with Beauty.
> May your Soul be filled with Peace.
> May your Heart be filled with Love.
> May we ALL live in a State of Grace.
> Peace Be With You Always.
> ~~Christina Moon
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