Over the last few months I have just really been getting into backpacking (ie. purchasing the equipment, researching methodology, contemplating strategy...), and as I was going through this process, I stumbled upon the ENO Doublenest online. I ordered it right away, seeing as it was one of the few hammocks that I felt comfortable with the weight limit of (seeing as I was a little over 300 pounds). I have since used it many times over at the Jupiter Inlet here in Jupiter Florida, hanging in between a couple of palm trees, watching the boats go in and out the inlet while reading a book. I have enjoyed it greatly, however I started to think that there must be ways of making it even easier and more enjoyable, as well as more suited to lightweight backpacking, so upon researching camping hammocks a bit more, I stumbled onto this forum a couple of days ago. Since then, I have probably spent about 10 hours on the forum looking around and learning unbelievable amounts of information about anything and everything about hammocks. I even went out today and purchased some AmSteel Blue from West Marine, and made myself some whoopie slings. I also just ordered a HH Explorer Deluxe A-Sym. Anyway, I guess what I mean to say is that I love the site, and I can't wait to learn a lot more. AND, back to my original topic of course, I was wondering if there were any south Florida Hangers that live around Palm Beach County, or if there was anybody who knew of any good spots to hang around here? I was looking in to the "Ocean to Lake" section of the Florida Trail, but I was wondering if anybody else had any good ideas for me, or any experience on that trail?