I've been looking at a bunch of different suspension systems and trying to figure which would be best for me. I have arthritis so somethings can be difficult/painful, especially in the mornings. My left hand is almost useless in the mornings. My left thumb, index and middle finger are affected and I can't really pinch anything with my left hand. My right hand is much better. Sometimes my right thumb acts up in the mornings, but not nearly as bad.
Now that you got my situation, I was wondering if anybody has any ideas on which suspension system would be best for me to use? I'm looking for something with ease of adjustability. Hopefully something that doesn't require a lot of knots. Or one with knots that I don't have to untie.
Weight is not so much a concern, I'm a bicycle tourer and the bike carries the weight, not me.
It seems to me, that some kind of suspension with webbing and rings around the tree and a rope coming from the hammock using a garda hitch would work pretty well. I have not used a garda hitch (not much of knot knowledge here, I have to learn it all) but it seems like that is very easy to adjust, and when weight is removed, easy to disassemble. Is this correct?
Any other ideas?