8237Re: [Hammock Camping] question for risk
- Feb 15, 2005Exactly.
BTW, I am thinking of documenting the heck out of my building the next
hammock and putting the sewing instructions, photos, and some audio
snippets on a CD. That way, detailed instructions could be available
for those who really want them as shareware. I am aware that the
WarmHammock is a bit more difficult than the other designs. I only know
of one other person who has taken my basic instructions and made the
hammock for themselves. The design is sound. I think it needs more
>so that WH u have on you site with the baffles on the side is what you
>are talking about, right? with the right amount of insulation you could
>keep warm down to failry cookl temps, then on those cokd nights break out
>the travel pod????
>On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 14:38:10 -0500, Rick <ra1@...> wrote:
>>I have my first warm hammock, the one that is cranberry colored hung up
>>in my spare bedroom. I often nap in it. I think it works great in
>>warmish atmospheres too.
>>I believe that a thinner insulated WarmHammock is about the best
>>approach to an underquilt and eliminates the need to carry all of the
>>pad I have been carrying. It will probably be lighter than the ZHammock
>>plus its pad. I will still be carrying a 20x36 inch piece of pad that
>>can be used as the frame of my pack, as a pad in a shelter, and as a pad
>>to escape to the ground. However, many nights, the pad may stay in my
>>pack and allow me to pack up in the morning much easier. I also will
>>not need to fiddle with getting the pad to be situated in just the right
>>place between the layers of my hammock.
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