Welcome back, Risk. Add me to the list of those who have spent hours pouring over your site.
(alias ProfessorHammock on youtube)
In some mysterious way woods have never
seemed to me to be static things.
In physical terms, I move through them;
yet in metaphysical ones,
they seem to move through me. -
GA --> ME '12
Risk-- I also appreciate your inspiration in my early explorations, especially related to portable hammock stands. Thank you and Welcome back.
The single pole hammock over a paddle was a great trick to show my buddies on the canoe trip. Thanks
Thanks to all who welcomed me in this thread. It is amazing to realize that so many DIY hammock folk read those pages. As to the wind bumpers described on another page... If y'all did not find it, then I guess I never wrote it - though I must have planned to.
OK, time to start catching up with everyone's ideas.
Rick (Risk) Website: http://www.imrisk.com
I cook. I sew. I walk. I lead. I hang. I write. I play.
Author of "A Wildly Successful 200-Mile Hike"
Welcome back, sir...and thanks for all that you have done.
Trail information, photos, waterfalls and vistas on the DeSoto Scout Trail facebook page.
Soon I'll lose these rags and run, Returning to the wild where I'm from. -Chris Whitley
A welcome from another of your fans....you didn't just contribute to hammocking but to many other sports/hobbies/interests that interested me. Yours is a great mind and I'm glad you are again directing it at this hanging interest.
Thought of something for you Risk....since you have been out of the loop for a while. See which development/advancement that has taken place in your abscence is the most profound (in any sense of the term).
Last edited by MedicineMan; 12-22-2012 at 22:55.
welcome back. i reverted to some of your "old ways" after exploring the wide world of hammocking. glad your webpage is still up and active -- i've learned
a lot, and appreciate looking back in time, reverting to the basics.
i'm now in oregon, by way of ohio.
Last edited by rip waverly; 12-22-2012 at 23:15.