Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: homemade progress?update
- all right. if we ever get a chance to hike together, i promise i`m not going to try the "wet & rinse the hammock" method<G> ...tim
Jeff <jwj32542@...> wrote: --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, tim garner wrote:
>in time for some cold weather hammocking? ...tim
> .yes... gotta have those trees! do you think you`ll be back in nc
Yep. Hoping to close on 29 Dec.
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- --- In email@example.com, tim garner <slowhike@...> wrote:
>not going to try the "wet & rinse the hammock" method
> all right. if we ever get a chance to hike together, i promise i`m
Haha...deal. Besides, the bucket wouldn't be lightweight. Double use
as a campstool, though. Maybe that's what the folks who had the Hot
Springs campsite did at that one tree.
But no wet and rinse, and the hike's on.
- If you tie a loose "knot" when you put the hammock away, this should
keep the lines from tangling (too much!). Just remember to undo it
before you hang it up and put your weight on it!!
I'm going to try the snake skins this weekend (supposed to be useful
for tangling lines and rain dripping plus easy up/down) but I'm not
sure if the package is going to be as small as when it's folded into
its own pocket.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff" <jwj32542@...> wrote:
> The one I just got uses noseeum netting instead of mosquito netting.
> The lines still tangle.