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    Any try the travel hammocks? Found one on ebay for cheap.

    I already have a hammock but, I have seen these and this seems like a great deal for a beginner to test with.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Ultra-Light-Trav...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Senior Member RockStar's Avatar
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    Its 29.30 total. I'm not sure how much shipping is on the website you provided. It isn't that big of a deal is it.
    Last edited by RockStar; 05-13-2007 at 22:10. Reason: oops

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    i have one of those..mine is forest green and i have been using if for a little over a year..it stays in my jeep for those times i need to hang and enjoy life..it seems to be a well made product and i have had no complaints...

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    Where you been stranger?

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    job has gotten complecated right now dont worry i am still here just lurking in the shadows....if you would like to look at the hammock i will meet up and let ya try it..it seems to be a good piece of gear...safe journey

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    I have the version with the mosquito netting. I love it, Paid about $30 for mine & feel it was well worth it.

    How much do I love it? I sleep in it nearly everynight.

    I want another (can't have too many hammocks ) but if I bid, I can't afford to do traildays (loss of funds, & wife saying "buy another hammock or related item this year, I hurt you!").

    It's sturdy, comes with 2 ropes ala "tree huggers" & 2 hooks* for attaching to said ropes. I STRONGLY suggest attaching a ridge line. And the instructions say "Be sure to hang the hammock level" DO NOT DO THIS, that is unless you like having your feet hang off the end of the hammock in about 1 hr I usually hang my head end about 1' lower than the feet end.

    * I do not use the hooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackie View Post
    job has gotten complecated right now dont worry i am still here just lurking in the shadows....if you would like to look at the hammock i will meet up and let ya try it..it seems to be a good piece of gear...safe journey
    I don't want one...if I bought another hammock I'd buy a Hennessy. Then I'd have a top loader and reverse birth loader. lol Good to see you are still lurking!


    Maria

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockStar View Post
    I don't want one...if I bought another hammock I'd buy a Hennessy. Then I'd have a top loader and reverse birth loader. lol Good to see you are still lurking!


    Maria
    Interesting analogy. I heard the giving birth part, but not the reverse angle.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
    The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    Interesting analogy. I heard the giving birth part, but not the reverse angle.
    Maybe because it's un-birthing. Like when my parents said I was so ugly they tried to shove me back in to develope some more but couldn't. Only with a HH you can go back in, but you still come out looking the same.

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