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    Front yard hangs

    Lets see your front (of back) yard hangs. Sometimes the best trips are 3 steps away

    Had 3 in hammocks and 2 in the truck tent. Good times


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    With a buddy of mine a few week ends ago his first time lots of fun
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    My hammock corner. This is from last year when we first got into hammocking. You can see the kids in their bunk hammocks and the wife reading in hers. We have now used this corner of the yard more than we even get to go anywhere and have had countless kids come over and hang out in the "woods". All eight trees of them.
    Last edited by Postal; 02-25-2013 at 23:11.
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    first hang in the HH Exp (backyard)


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    A gazebo hang in my front yard. I was experimenting with how short a hang distance I could achieve with my UCR suspension. I found this 10 foot distance, and calculated I could have gone as low as 8'1".



    Another front yard hang this weekend, testing out a new bugnet:

    Last edited by Risk; 02-26-2013 at 21:31. Reason: Another photo
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    View from the front porch
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