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Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Best Rain Fly

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  • Rick
    Well, I did it. I am from out of town. That probably makes me an expert. Rick
    Message 1 of 13 , Apr 23, 2009
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      Well, I did it. I am from out of town. That probably makes me an expert.

      Rick

      Ralph Oborn wrote:
      > Regarding a technique to hang without trees, there's a guys website out
      > there showing a way to suspend one end off an unguyed vertical pole. The
      > other end has to be tied into something sturdy. You'd think an unguyed pole
      > would just flop over, but it doesn't, as long as your center of gravity is
      > lower than the top of the pole. Sorry, I can't find the site, but I bet it's
      > still out there if you look. Regards, MWB
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      > Rick is the guy that is an expert on single pole guys.
      >
      > Google risk hammock for more info
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      > Ralph
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    • Arye P. R.
      Rick do you have any single pole techniques on your site, if so where, under which subject? Arye Imagination is more important than knowledge... It is a
      Message 2 of 13 , Apr 24, 2009
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        Rick

        do you have any single pole techniques on your site, if so where, under which subject?


        Arye

        Imagination is more important than knowledge...
        It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education... Albert Einstein




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        Well, I did it. I am from out of town. That probably makes me an expert.

        Rick

        Ralph Oborn wrote:
        > Regarding a technique to hang without trees, there's a guys website out
        > there showing a way to suspend one end off an unguyed vertical pole. The
        > other end has to be tied into something sturdy. You'd think an unguyed pole
        > would just flop over, but it doesn't, as long as your center of gravity is
        > lower than the top of the pole. Sorry, I can't find the site, but I bet it's
        > still out there if you look. Regards, MWB
        >
        > Rick is the guy that is an expert on single pole guys.
        >
        > Google risk hammock for more info
        >
        > Ralph
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