18910Re: [Hammock Camping] Re:Pros and Cons
- Apr 7, 2008For the most part you don't sway unless you want to. A lot of hangers enjoy swaying but to get the hammock to do it continuously it really doesn't happen unless you tie your self a line to pull on. Only swaying I get is when I get in or when I'm using my hammock as a chair and rock with my legs. I can't recall ever really even being swayed by strong winds but then again I'm not exactly a light weight on the scale.
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From: Mary McMonagle <m3sews@...>
Sent: Monday, April 7, 2008 10:54:00 AM
Subject: [Hammock Camping] Re:Pros and Cons
> YMMV. Hammock's are not for everyone, even if there are trees. I don't knowI'm on this list for info for DH and ds. I'm one that won't hammock. I
> why not since I love it,
> Happy hanging!
can't stand the movement, and I don't normally get motion sick. Even
sleeping under ds, who loves to sway, makes me sick listening to him
swaying. I do like the protection of his tarp though.
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