Originally Posted by Mud__Bone
what i can't get through my head, how the hammock attaches to the single line, and what is to keep it in place, like not sliding inwards to hammock center?
Think 2 UCRs---each one attached to the end of the hammock---that happen to be buried on the same line that in spanning the space between the hammock serves also as a ridgeline.
Interesting that this works. In all the other applications of "bury technology" discussed 'round here, the direction of the tension on the line into which the other is buried is more or less parallel to the bury itself. Here there is a distinct angle between the two cords that is going to be working to pull open the bury entrance.
With repeated use I'd keep an eye on those entrances to see how the bury entrance stands up to this.