Re: modified don henley hammock
- I think what slowhike is saying is to unhook the ridgeline and then
flip the hammock over so you lie on the nylon, rather than lying on
the bugnet. i don't know if anyone has done that with a henberry
hammock or not...
Bill in Henway
--- In email@example.com, "jwj32542" <jwj32542@y...>
> > i wonder if unhooking the ridgeline
> > after hanging the hammock properly(as the ridgeline dictates)
> > afect the lay of the hammock?
> Yes. If you can hang your hammock so there is zero tension on the
> ridgeline, it wouldn't make any difference, but that would be very
> tough to do. That's why the ridgeline is such a good thing...you
> get better sag with less rope, consistently.
> If you could unhook the ridgeline, take it out of the bugnet, and
> rehook it on the outside, so it's not supporting the net any more,
> you could maintain the lay and the bugnet would be out of the way.
> I'm not sure I'd want to lay on the bugnet, though. Seems too easy
> to tear and not very comfortable.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "zippydooda" <zippydooda@y...>
> I think what slowhike is saying is to unhook the ridgeline and thenHrm...hadn't thought of that. Sounds like a good plan as long as
> flip the hammock over so you lie on the nylon, rather than lying on
> the bugnet. i don't know if anyone has done that with a henberry
> hammock or not...
there's not too much stress on the netting. That's worth a good look!
And that'll make it a top entry hammock, so you could use a PeaPod if
you wanted. In cold wx, you won't need bug netting anyway.