4133Re: proper Speer tension?
- Dec 15, 2003Karen,
I like your procedure! It is simple, fun and honest. Only
improvement I can think of is to work in coffee and a piece of apple
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Karen Sousa" <karens62@a...>
> That's a great file - the pictures and text are easy for anyone tothere
> understand. I had to chuckle though. My method for deciding if
> is enough sag is quite different than yours. It's not quite asexact
> but evolved from the fact that Ed and I are comfortable with twosag
> significantly different amounts of sag.
> I find two trees and tie up the hammock, step back and look at it.
> Yup, it looks good. Climb in, lie in it a few minutes, get out if
> not perfect, fiddle with it, add sag, repeat process a time or two
> until I am comfy. Take a long nap, get up, have dinner, readjust
> as needed based on findings from nap. Lie down to sleep. Wake upwell
> rested in the morning.motto
> The long nap is the key component to my methodology. The other
> to live by is, when in doubt, add more sag!<dpwomble@y...>
> --- In email@example.com, "Dave Womble"
> > I posted a MSWord document in the 'Files' section titled "Hanging
> > Speer Hammock.doc". Hopefully this will clarify how I hang my
> Speer Hammock. It is very short and I hope easy to understand.
> > Youngblood
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