Re: Hammock Camping OK.....first question
>Interested in how others stow gear (non bearbaggable (how's thatI carry two pack covers and use them both to wrap up my pack underneath the
>word!) while sleeping. Presently, I keep it under me, on the ground
>covered w/ rain fly. Any thoughts?
>Aslo how about your boots/trail shoes? Where do you put them when inI switch from trail shoes to sandals for camp. The shoes get covered by the
>the hammock? I kind of step out of them as I pull my legs up ( I
>have a Hennessey) then reach down and cover them. I'm wondering if I
>may find a visitor one morning attracted to the salt scent.
pack cover alongside the pack. The sandals go in with me when I get into my
Hennessey. I take the sandals off and hang them from the hammock ridge
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- One time I was testing an HH and took along a Hammock Bliss
cloth hammock to try out as well. It turned rainy partway
through the first day, and by the time I made camp the
ground was sodden.
I slung the Hammock Bliss hammock directly under the HH and
stashed my gear in that. It worked like a charm. I just had
to nudge the bottom hammock aside to enter or exit from the
It made me think that taking along a light net hammock for
gear stowage might be a good idea if bad weather was
expected. It also made me think that a net hammock slung
under the HH might be a good way to hold bottom insulation
under and against the HH. Never tried that out though...
For my shoes, I carry a keychain caribiner tied to a couple
of feet of paracord. In the day I wrap this around a nearby
tree to give me a hook to hang stuff on. At night I loop it
over the ridgeline with the carabiner hanging down, just
outside the HH. I tie my shoelaces together and clip them
onto the carabiner when I get in.
This leaves my shoes hanging outside the hammock, midway to
the ground. But it's still easy to grab the line and unclip
the shoes when I want to get out.
- --- In email@example.com, "David Chinell"
> I slung the Hammock Bliss hammock directly under the HH andWhat a great idea Bear! Thanks for sharing
> stashed my gear in that. It worked like a charm. I just had
> to nudge the bottom hammock aside to enter or exit from the
> It made me think that taking along a light net hammock for
> gear stowage might be a good idea if bad weather was