Does anyone know how tall the trees would have to be to account for the curvature of the earth?
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I have the whoopiesling CRL with knot bone on one end and figure 9 on the other. I think it's 30 feet. Love it!
I have a 10m CRL on my Superfly
my longest hammock is 12' with 12' suspension on each end. so 36' ( that's a little extra not counting for hammock sag)
It's not procrastinating, its proactively delaying the implementation of the energy-intensive phase of the project until the enthusiasm factor is at its maximum effectiveness.
I've been thinking. On several of my recent trips, my tarp line is too short. I've started carrying extra line, but the tarp then sits off to one side. I'm considering going to the Dutchware/Whoopie Sling combo. I am in transition to gram weenie, so it would weigh a little more than my current setup, but maybe not if I do not need to take as much extra cord.
I keep my tarp in its snakeskins pre-hung at night in case of rain/wind. Would this still be rather easy with a CRL vs. one line off each end?
-Jeremy "Brother Bones" Owner of Bonefire™ Gear
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