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    Senior Member Kukri's Avatar
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    First time bunk-bedding

    My fiance (Mary) and I went to my parents' land in Kentucky for the long weekend. I had to help install the electric in their barn and my fiance helped my mom clean up a bit. It wasn't too much work, but I was glad to be able to sleep in a hammock at the end of the day.

    I am still using my cheapie Wal-Mart hammock until my new BlackBird arrives, but Mary let me sleep in her Coyote Brown the second night and it was LOADS more comfortable. I found a couple improvements I need to make on my tarp ridgeline and I need to teach Mary some knots to speed up the process of setting up.

    Enjoy the crappy iPhone pics!





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    Great pics! Dog looks comfy too. There's an old thread here showing a diy hammock for dogs you may want to read.


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    NICE i like it....too bad i sleep walk...would not be good for me
    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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    That looks like a Belgian.

    Nice set-up. I just did the same thing with my bridge hammocks. First time bunking it.

    Thats a mighty tall step up into the top!!!
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    How'd you enter the upper hammock?
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    Probably from the chair there in the second pic.
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    Very cool - when I do a two hammock hang, I usually go side by side...


    Although, I have seen a bunk bed setup before...







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    Senior Member Kukri's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotty View Post
    How'd you enter the upper hammock?
    I jumped when I slept in it. The chair was moved in the second night for my fiancé to get in, and I still had to give her a hand. I do have a good 6 inches on her though.

    It's crazy how much more comfortable the BB is compared to the Kalisto.

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    mustard that is nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustardman View Post
    Very cool - when I do a two hammock hang, I usually go side by side...


    Although, I have seen a bunk bed setup before...






    Lol - what the heck? Makes me wonder if they packed in a ladder or something.

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