I'm enjoying the sound of the light rain while relaxing in the backyard. Got the WBBB and SuperFly today, so what better way to use it than a quick sleepover.
There's definitely a learning curve to bunkbed hanging, I'm not getting much wind blockage, and I'm 6-12" from the ground.
I came from a HH with stock suspension, and my son is using a HH cub... MAN does easily adjustable suspension work like a charm. Just using the stock webbing with double triangles on the BB, but so much nicer than repeatedly typing and untying the rope for the HH. I always found it hard to adjust the hang with the HH, the rope settled and stretched a lot.
My body is still recovering from chemo and surgery, so I'm slightly uncomfortable, but that's due to over-sensitive nerves in my legs and feet.
First time to be "outdoors" in almost 8 months, feels great! We messed with our hammocks and tarps for several hours today.