Here are some pictures of my WB Cloud Burst rigged with the single ridge line as described by Dejoha (http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=63271).
Disclaimer: Keep in mind that until now, I have never set up a tarp, at all, ever. I still have yet to sleep between two trees in any hammock or tarp.
Easy to set up.
Fun to make all of the locked brummels, continuous loops etc.
Provides a good degree of adjust-ability.
It seems to damage the bark on the tree if you're not careful or don't take precautions. I plan to start using some sort of sleeve to go on the zing it or some alternative solution to protect the bark on the trees.
During set up, tarp will contact the ground unless you set it up in snake skins.
Not as easy as I imagine it would be to slide the tarp back and forth on prusik knots, however if you set the hammock up first and then the tarp you will be able to center the tarp quickly and easily. This also might alleviate the ground contact issue.
Link to the YouTube vid: http://youtu.be/sqKe1LXLtJ0
1 WB Cloud Burst Tarp
1 Dutchware dutch fly
1 Dutch mini hook
100' of Zing It
6' Shock Cord
6 Ti shepherd hook stakes.
2 Trekking Poles
*I will suggest that with the Cloud Burst the user utilize two 6' lengths of guy line on each pull out going to its own stick rather than one to hold it out. The tarp tends to pull in toward the center and doesn't allow for a tight pitch if a 2 into 1 approach is used.
The finished product:
The pull out and tensioner I decided on.
The tarp fly is the primary tensioning device, very effective.
A look inside
The dutch hook at the fixed end of the tarp. You really need a continuous loop to hook that clip to. It's a tight fit.
A look down the ridge line.