All right, so this isn't a dilemma with a particular piece of gear or a problem with a hanging technique. I guess it's more in my head.
I picked up my first camping hammock on eBay last year (a Hennessy Ultralight Explorer), and started getting serious about it late last summer or early fall. I didn't get in too many nights before my pad insulation became inadequate. Since then I have invested in a 20° underquilt, and a larger tarp. I recently had a successful test at 21°, so I'll be ready when spring arrives.
Here's my problem. When I used to go hiking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing in the woods, I would notice the birds, foliage, and the interesting natural features around me. Now whenever I go into the woods, all I see are trees for hanging hammocks! When I look around, I'm always thinking "there's two good trees", "I could sleep there", "or I could sleep there"...
Does this ever wear off? Or is there a cure?