The perfect overnighter!
Type: Posts; User: HammockDreamer
The perfect overnighter!
Great photos !
I will definitely keep that area in mind if I am up that way.
Love coastal camping! Thanks for the great pics, I have get up your way if only to miss some of the chilly Tassie winter.
Gotta love hiking, packrafting, fishing and hammock hanging in one trip.
Heya Luke, from down south ☺
Gotta make it your way sometime, beautiful looking country.
It looks like great area for a bushwalk and also prime hammock territory.
Thanks for sharing.
From North Queensland to Southern Tasmania we have Warbonnet covered.
In like Flynn!
Hammocking, mountainbiking and canoeing. Just add fishing and I'm in heaven.
Great shots Ofuros!
I love coastal walks, did you do any fishing?
Thanks heaps for the reply Meckelangelo :)
I'm looking at buying another hammock but with all these new materials on offer I think I will
wait a bit to see what turns up on all our fantastic...
Heya Dutch and Meckelangelo,
Quick question if I may?
I have read that the Argon fabrics have a bit of stretch, what's your take on the PolyD fabrics stretch wise compared to Argon and a similar...
That insulated hammock looks the goods! Perfect for the lazy setup.
Good luck with your new venture.
FYI I looked for your website with the address [url]www.bonefire.com NOT the right site...
Looks like you had a great adventure Hvelowade, I would love to see some of the "Tour" myself.
Just checked out the pictures...Great job!
You obviously have a talent with the thread injector.
Heya from Tassie horsewithwings!
Haven't used a Hennessey or Kammock but can confirm that Warbonnet hammocks are great and it's hard to go by Aussie manufacturer in Tier gear, fantastic local...
Great trip! thanks for sharing.
I love in those alpine areas how the weather jumps up a notch.
Looks like a great little bushwalk ofuros. Thanks for that, it makes me want to get outside.
Bit colder and wetter down my way unfortunately :(
Hey nice shot sami12!
You can't go wrong with Tier Gear, Simon makes a quality product. Looking forward to more pics.
Thanks heaps TBG,
Followed your tutorial and I now have a awesome pair of homemade whoopie slings!
The help and advice on this website continues to be the best I have seen on the internet.
Amazing stuff Dutch!
You certainly have a inventive mind.
Nice vid! looking forward to some more from you.
I have a hobie myself but not the A1:(
Mmmmm sounds like its not gonna work as double duty :( I might even try a ccf pad although I'm not a fan on sleeping on the ground on them,
I was hoping I wouldn't have to buy a separate ground rig....
I need some advice, I'm going to buy a Exped Synmat UL LW for those occasions where I have to sleep on the ground :eek:. The mat could do double duty and be used as bottom insulation for...
Heya Jaxx I also am not real fond of making my way into some remote area and finding some idiots have dumped rubbish, makes my blood boil.
On a lighter note loved your vid keep making them please...
Fantastic trip by the looks of it! Amazing that there were so few people. Makes me want to jump on a plane :)
Welcome Tomuda :D
Sleeping in a hammock has all but gotten rid of any back issues I had while bushwalking :thumbup::thumbup:
Evening people :)
I'm down at Dodges Ferry in Tasmania currently in the process of digesting a inordinate amount of food...
Thanks for that!
I always look forward to your trip reports.
The "girlfriend" certainly seems like a better class of hiking partner than I normally have :)
And here begins a testing time for me...
the prices are sooo good :boggle:
Apart from a few alpine type walks that due to fragile flora like Simon mentions hammocks are not ideal, there are plenty of trees in Tassie. I've been using a WBBB for over a year now...
G'day from Tassie :D
Cheers Simon, it was great to get away just for a few hours. Its funny Tassie so small yet there is so many spots to check out.
Those manferns are pretty amazing mbiraman you kinda expect to...
Heya all HF members,
Thought I would share this quick vid of a walk I did last weekend, no hammock were harmed in the filming of this :rolleyes: so would the mods please let me know if I shouldn't...
Looks like you had great time!
Very inspirational, makes me want go for a bushwalk.
Looks like the goods, hammocks, kayaks and fishing :)
Is that what it is Simon?
I have a Hobie mirage revo myself, which looks a lot like the other yak in the photo.
Wow! what a amazing looking place :boggle:
And with new gear to play with, does it get any better?
A great product to stock Simon.
I have stingerz on both ridgelines for my tarp and Flyz on all my tie outs :D
Fantastic workmanship, makes setup so much quicker.
Great looking tarp!
UGQ seem to have a lot of premium products...:wuv:
Good luck with your addiction :laugh:
I complain about possums stealing food, you have bears. I am such a wimp :scared:
Nice 1 Simon.
You don't muck about that's for sure :D
I'm in please.
Looking good Simon.
Are you gonna go with whoopies for the suspension?
Heya Mr P,
I'm gonna buy 1 of those precut taffeta blanks and some of the 1.6 material for a single layer winter hammock. I'm thinking I don't need 2 layers or mossie netting for winter. So that's 2...
I emailed the fellas at http://http://www.backwoodsdaydreamer.com/
And was advised to make a list up and they would quote me a price. Even if the postage is heaps, the sheer fact I can...
Oh...never considered that :eek:
I have used my sleeping bag for approx 1 year with as far as I know no issues.
Has anyone had any hammock damage?
I love mine, set it up first time and its fit perfectly everytime.
Great vid Hiker Philly,
Beautiful scenery and getting to enjoy it with your son. I don't think it can get any better. Look forward to your next trip.