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    Senior Member justradar's Avatar
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    This Doesn't Deserve It's Own Thread

    this thread could be used for those one off posts, that really don't deserve their own threads ... if something like this exists, sorry, i wasn't aware of it ...

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    Senior Member justradar's Avatar
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    here's my new setup


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    Looks really uncomfortable! I'll stick with the tried and true, uber comfy hammock!

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    I think I would need to step carefully to dodge the lines getting in.
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    Maybe I'm just kind of a loner . . .

    . . . but to many guys . . .
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    Except for all the guys my wife would like it
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    It looks like Spider-man's couch.

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    You guys better slip the h-word in here from time to time, or we're toast. Hammock and cheese on toast...works for me.
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    So, how many trees/ attachment points are needed? Is it easy to put in your pack and hike long distances? I wonder how hard that one would be to set up in my Suburban...So many questions...I'm.....overwhelmed.
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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    You guys better slip the h-word in here from time to time, or we're toast. Hammock and cheese on toast...works for me.
    Touché......
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    You guys better slip the h-word in here from time to time, or we're toast. Hammock and cheese on toast...works for me.
    Yeah, that seemed to do in the thread on camping with a dog. Apparently not enough dogs sleep in hammocks.

    On the strange hammock front...

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/51192067...-furry-hammock

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