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I attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwuakee for Ceramics and painting. I would usually do most of my work in the studios at night when I could spread my work out and turn up the music without having to worry about distracting others. This meant I was up between 8pm and maybe 5am most nights working. I still had regular classes during the day and I lived about 25 minutes from school. I discovered that I could save 6 dollars worth of gas each day if I just spent nights or afternoons sleeping at school. However, I would not settle for sleeping on chairs in the hall, or tables in the studio. There was a park near campus that I could sleep at during the early hours each day maybe 4-10am where I could set up just 30-40 feet from the road or trail and not be seen. The students sleeping hunder tables or on various other pieces of furniture were really missing out. I have even set up in rooms or hallways in the middle of the night for quick naps.
Wisconsin Winter Hang 2014 https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...t=81556&page=2
"Familiarity breeds love.
We don't need to save nature we need to love nature.
The only way people will love nature is if they experience it first hand.
There is no better way to experience nature than participating in it."