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    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Their are 101 different ways to store straps and woopies and no way is the right way. The only right way is the one that works for you .
    Great ideas, maybe put the whoopies in a snack bag in with the tree straps in a larger freezer bag will get them separate, clean & dry.

    Thanks...

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    http://hammockforums.net/forum/showp...0&postcount=21

    Quote Originally Posted by Popeye 62 View Post
    Ditto! Pic or video?

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    I see why it's called that, thanks!

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    So I have a Plethora of bamboo on my property and decided to make myself some containers. Made a few of them and I am actually using this one to hold my entire suspension including a backup whoopie sling. Its mad entirely out of bamboo and Jute Twine with 2 pieces of shock cord to hold the cap in place. The diameter is just enough to house the descender rings sold at REI. I drilled 2 holes to allow my tarp stakes to slide through them and act as a reel for my webbing to make it super easy to coil up nice and neat. The container weighs alittle over 10oz which is quite heavy for just a container but the neat factor of it makes up for it a bit I think. I dont take with me on trips where there is alot of hiking but on short backpacking trips I bring it along.

    Anyways, its not that practical but I think its kindof cool cuz its made out of all natural materials (-shock cord). I have a few others that I made. May see if anybody here would want one. Maybe the next group hang ill pass a few out.


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    That's a really cool idea. Looks great too.

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    I've got a couple sets I use. One is from Hammock bliss and it came with it's own small bag. The other set is narrower and I just bind 'em up with a rubber band and keep it in a small ziplock.

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    I haven't completed this yet, but I'm working on adding a mesh pocket to the bishop bag I stuff my hammock into. This would allow the suspension to stay with the hammock, but separate so tree sap or other dirt doesn't get in.

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