- ... One noose around the neck, another around the ankles, tied to appropriate sized trees about 15 feet apart for the ultimate lightweight hammock -- and afterMessage 1 of 42 , Aug 9, 2008View SourceIn a message dated 8/9/08 8:56:39 AM, cara.lin@... writes:
> What I have really specialized in is a hanging noose, complete to theOne noose around the neck, another around the ankles, tied to appropriate
> correct 13 wraps.
sized trees about 15 feet apart for the ultimate lightweight hammock -- and after
the first two minutes or so, you won't even be bothered by the bugs!
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- Hi Moz, I like that knot. It s basically a prussic with a clever way of tying off. Once tied, is it adjustable? The pics are great--very clear. CL ... --Message 42 of 42 , Sep 28, 2008View SourceHi Moz,
I like that knot. It's basically a prussic with a clever way of tying
off. Once tied, is it adjustable?
The pics are great--very clear.
> Cara Lin Bridgman said:--
>> I have tied bowline and an alpine butterfly knots in my Hennessey
>> Hammock spectra so I could use other ways of tying my hammock than the
>> Hennessey Wrap. The Wrap was tedious and was causing some wear and tear
>> on the tree huggers.
> I played around with wrap-style knots and came up with one that's
> quick to tie and has worked well for me for a couple of years now.
> Have a go and let me know if it works for you:
> If the pics don't make sense I can have another go, but the last
> person to ask did it just off those.
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