RE: Hammock Camping Re: First annual SEHHA hike pictures
- Hi Coy and everyone,
I thought the pictures were great....and I would love to go on a SEHHA hike,
but do not think Idaho is the place to do it, at least not at my elevations.
I have a group coming from the BPL in August to do a five day hike in the
and some have asked about using their hammocks. I will leave it up to them.
I am going
to try a couple of weekend hikes during the summer with the hammock and see
make out. I do fine in my backyard at 5600' but that is not the same as
We will be camping between 8 - 10,000 ft and there are lots of trees, no
there, but they will need to bring a good insulated pad. The temperatures at
can get down below freezing, but nice and warm during the day. I am still
whether to take the hammock and my foam pad with the reflectic or take my
Nylon tent and my Z Rest (will have to wash my mouth out 'tent'). The
hammock setup with the pad and the extra clothing is a little heavier than
Tent and Z rest....decisions, decisions.......
Marge [The Old Gal]
From: Coy [mailto:starnescr@...]
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 7:15 AM
Subject: Hammock Camping Re: First annual SEHHA hike pictures
You are gona have to come to the next outing. We will talk Ed in to
moving it closer to me so it will be closer to you. Like a hundred
miles would matter on a road trip from Idaho. LOL
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Marge Prothman" <marge@p...>
> Hey I found the pictures, they were good, I was in the wrong YahooHammock
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> Got it now.
> Cheers, Marge (the old gal)
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