Darby,our host, has been --once again -- too generous. I have access to a large tumbler washer with extended cycles, so washing the hammock and tarp hardly cost me any time. Just 20gal of water (pushed, of course, through a Sawyer Squeeze), warmed for the wash over a Fancy Feast stove in small quantities kept warm by transfer of what was hot to a TQ-surrounded larger container. None of this cost any real money.
But, seriously, folks, you don't have to have-- and likely don't -- any sympathy for me: Have a look and a care for the next HF member I delivered this to, hurtheart. Look up her introduction and recent posts. She's found smoke to be anathema, after heart and lung injuries. Which is to say a reaction to smoke could kill her. Those without issues would not want to bring on asthma attacks to their children or anyone to whom they'd like to lend quilts to after they've been in contact with the hammock.
This is a superbly-crafted hammock, quality everywhere, and very comfortable for me, even after habituation from every night in a Clark. My first exposure, too, to what I guess is "coyote brown". (Actually I had brown WBBB for a time which color I did not like, but that is personal)For stealth camping after Oregon green turns to brown, I'd find this another +.
The double ring and strap suspension is a reminder of the pleasures of simplicity.