A couple of years ago my son became interested in hiking and then moved on to backpacking. That got me to unpack the old gear and get back out into the woods for overnights. I bought high quilty equipment in the 70's and most of it was still in great shape because I took great care of it.
But after a few nights of sleeping on the ground again after 20 years of cabin camping I thought maybe I was just too old to enjoy what was once my favorite sport. Then I read an article in my local paper about hammock camping and found my way here. Soon I had two Claytors, a Clark and one homemade hammock.
My son took the Clark, and we use the extra Claytor and homemade for his friends or our relatives that join us on a trip.