Good looking tarp. Using bra clips may help me put some of my other skills to good use.
I saw that you had your hammock in it. Do you have problems with the hammock pulling the doors down? Do you thing you would have any condensatin problems?
Unfortunatly I haven't used my hammock in a couple months. But I was having a lot of problems with swirling wind. It seemed like no matter how I set it up, the wind would shift at some point and blow through my tarp. I know that site selection has a lot to do with it. But sometimes that is not always an option.
Do you think that this would work well setup on the ground with trekking poles? I have been thinking that I want to make a setup that will work for the ground, the air, or any other situation that I may come across. That way I only have to take one setup for where ever I go. This looks like it could work for that.
Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".