Re: [rootsradicals] Tarp-tent with Xtracycle
- With the Pyramid Fly (Miner's tent, Square tent, Range tent, etc) I can just
tie it to a tree limb but I like the beaches too. Stakes can be fashioned
using small wood branches. No big deal. Camping pads sure are nice to
insulate from cold winds underneath & siting or laying on the grounds. I'm
not a young pup anymore. Hammocks are great just check for the weight
capacity with you and the sleeping gear inside. Not a big thing. Enjoy!
> Not needing poles, tent stakes, or a
> sleeping pad helps in that department
- Hi Kate,
That zipper mod does look nice. It adds weight. Also, I'm not sure how
well zippers work under pressure of getting into and out of a hammock,
but quite a few hammocks do use zippers.
The Hennessey is the lightest complete package. Even so, I'm thinking
I'd probably prefer something like this
<http://www.mosquitohammock.com/mosquitohammock.html>, but with black
netting (white isn't see-through). I like being able to sleep in the
diagonal and I prefer sleeping head right and feet left of the center
line. Hennessey's Asym hammock are all oriented head left and feet
right of the center line.
Yes, try several before you buy. Test each for several nights (like a
> Cara Lin,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> I did some reading up on hammocks, and found a husband-wife team that can modify a Hennessy Hammock with a zipper on the side for that easy outside access without using the bottom slit. Pretty neat.
> Check out http://www.2qzqhammockhanger.com/
> I'm experimenting with a couple hammocks friends have loaned me. Fun.
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