Re: [Hammock Camping] Digest Number 1018
- <whispering> that's what I do. I tend to walk till dusk at least,
anyway, and somehow dawn tends to wake me so I avoid unpleasant
discussions. Of course, when people do see me (lunch break), I
invariably occupy the first camping hammock they have ever seen and
curiosity - open or subdued - tends to be their primary reaction.
--- In email@example.com, "Rosaleen Sullivan"
>finding sites away from the mainstream, so to speak, one could wait
> Well...Then there is another version of "Stealth Camping." Besides
until after dark to pitch a hammock, then get it down at first
> From: "J.D. Hoessle" <JD@H...<mailto:JD@H...>>
> Subject: NON-hammock-friendly park
> NPS Rangers told me to take down both hammocks last weekend at
> William Forest National Park here in No. VA. Had an HH with treehad "not
> huggers and a home made with straps (not cord/rope) to "educate"
> myself and a buddy.
> However, the Ranger was interested and admitted that the regs
> considered" the straps / tree hugger concept. So, I asked and was
> told that I "might" be able to get a special permit or some-such.
> That's an opening I will pursue of course...<g>... Will report back
> what happens.
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