6237Re: [Hammock Camping] I've done it now.
- Jul 1, 2004--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Paul <nessmuk91@y...> wrote:
> Now that I'm hammocked instead ofTake it from me, you do need to look at what is beneath. Nothing
> hummocked, all I need look for is 2 trees, what is
> beneath is of little concern. A pretty easy task here
> in the northeast.
like an azalea branch sticking you in the butt or the back to remind
you of that. ;-) My first few site selections left something to be
Seriously, Paul is right, the only thing you have to watch out for is
small shrubs directly under the hammock. I've pitched my HH on very
steep hillsides where there were no flat spots or the one or two
flatt-ish spots were left for those poor suckers who insist on
sleeping on the ground - and spent the night sliding downhill in
You are going to love your HH. For warm weather, you don't need as
much under insulation and you can use your sleeping bag as a quilt.
Try it out in the backyard get your sleeping system set.
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