Pirate's Cove was our northern most camp on an eight day trip to the Gulf Islands - east of Vancouver Island, BC. We couldn't ask for better weather and the trip leader wisely suggested we launch from Blackberry point early so we'd arrive at the cove by late morning. There were only two other kayaks on the beach when we arrived about 10:30 AM; by late afternoon the camp sites were full.
Amazing but true, Steve and I were the only guys. Seems the Canadian women think nothing for grabbing their gal friends, loading up a Double Kayak with tasty baked goods and other home comforts, and paddling about 5 miles across a channel to camp overnight.
I had the only hammock so there were opportunities to explain it's features.
In the photo you will see a black collapsible tarp pole. I carry two as they come in handy if I need to trap over a picnic table or lift my hammock fly for ventilation or view. Also notice the ground under the hammock. The camp sites have wooden platforms - perhaps to avoid erosion. But if you have two tents, someone will be on the ground if they have no "in the air" option.
Alas- this was my time to leave my rigging on the trees when we left. Won't forget that again.