Originally Posted by HoosierGuy
Cannibal, thanks for the question. I found that during the day, the white mesh did indeed make visibility more limited than your standard OD from the surplus store.
Nighttime was just the opposite, which I actually liked
I would rather have a little more visability at night anyway...always good to see that bear strolling up to give you a sniff
I really like the ability to stake out the floor and have a dry (and semi-secure) place for your pack and/or gear. Something I just thought of, if you have a buddy with you and the bugs are heavy, he or she could sleep at the bottom and you hang above in your hammy..call it, wilderness bunk-beds
Thanks Hoosier Guy...
I needed that information. I found this review on your blog at www.hoosierbushcraft.com
before I found it here.
Im in Australia and ordering this stuff from the US is a bit of a leap of faith sometimes and I really appreciate the reviews I get through the forum and blogs like yours!
I am interested in this net for a very specific reason and I would love to know if anyone has tried it. You mentioned it above.
I am looking for a solution to taking my boy camping in a very buggy environment: the Jungle in Far North Queensland, North Eastern Australia.
Can you comfortably hang a "Hammobunk" inside this huge net?
Have you tried it?
Has anyone tried it?
I'll need 30-40 cm of space between the suspension on the two hammocks and I see that I might need to do a little custom work to get the seal around the two suspension systems right.
Or has anyone got another suggestion?