19997Re: Hammock for Brazil and South America
- May 6, 2009--- In email@example.com, "C C Wayah" <ccwayah@...> wrote:
>Nice to meet you and thanks for the answer.
> Hi Otto,
> A friend of mine went to Africa to be a missionary bush pilot.
> His dad gave him a Hennesy and we spent time showing him how to hang it and
> how to ties knots. It is possible to hang a Hennesy hammock form the wings
> of a small plane.
> Ed Spears who is owner of this list and also has been around the world as a
> geologist. Just email him if you have any questions.
> His hammock sight is at (www.speerhammocks.com)
> Hi Rogene,
I visited the interesting Ed Speer's site on Internet and, as you suggested, I sent him a message.
Many people seem very happy with Hennessy others with Clark. It's difficult to judge. I hope Mr. Speer will give me some more advices to choose the right hammock.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "kerrilarkin" <kerrilarkin@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 6:34 PM
> Subject: [Hammock Camping] Re: Hammock for Brazil and South America
> > Hi Otto,
> > I'm new to hammock camping (and the forum)too. I bought a Hennesy for the
> > reasons you give: I also sleep on my side, and the asymetrical design
> > allows me to sleep flat enough to be very comfortable on my side. Although
> > I bought the SuperShelter system, I guess that a cheaper way of staying
> > warm would be to just buy the undercover, then use a camping mat and a
> > space blanket between the undercover and the hammock. Although I've only
> > spent a few hours in my hammock so far, I find it sooo comfortable. I wish
> > you luck in your work and travels!
> > ------------------------------------
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