20199Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Tent/hammocks (was California Hammocks
- Oct 5, 2009Oops, I gave the wrong website. There is no "s" at the end. The site for the jungle hammocks is www.junglehammock.com
--- On Mon, 10/5/09, pattysueanderson <pattysueanderson@...> wrote:
From: pattysueanderson <pattysueanderson@...>
Subject: [Hammock Camping] Re: Tent/hammocks (was California Hammocks
Date: Monday, October 5, 2009, 10:48 AM
--- In hammockcamping@ yahoogroups. com, "Sandy" <sandykayak@ ...> wrote:
> I'm always looking for the perfect hammock/tent combo. Is there such a thing? It's easy to take a hammock and a tent when kayak camping.
> sandy in miami
> --- In hammockcamping@ yahoogroups. com, "quantum72000" <quantum7@> wrote:
> > I recently saw a friend's camping hammock and immediately went out and bought one. I lived in Seattle, so a hammock seemed perfect for the kind of backpacking I was used toâ€"dense forests and mountain streams.
> > However, last week I moved to San Diego. In my excitement I didn't think very much about what the geography down here would be like. Now that I've arrived I am painfully aware that most of the terrain here consists of sage brush and windy flats.
> > Has anyone spent time hiking down here? My first impression is that maybe I should swap the hammock for a microlight tent, but maybe there are enough scattered trees to find somewhere to put up a hammock? If anyone has used a hammock down in this region I would be greatly heartened.
> > -Spencer
I just purchased the Lawson tent/hammock and waiting for it to come in the mail. Hope it works, looks cool in the pics. Google it.
http://www.cabelas com/p-0057411518 634a.shtml
I will let you know.
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