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    Thanks Rusty! Mountain Equipment is the first place I've seen that stocks the Hennessey lineup online in our neck of the woods! Cheers!

    I still want the WBBB though... why do I always want things that are the most difficult to get a hold of??

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    New Member Cocksy_86's Avatar
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    I'm from Brisbane, and I bought my Clark Jungle Hammock straight from the website and it got to me in like 7 days. It was great. You would probably want the North America though for the colder climate.

    Man, it's so worth the change. It's carefree, safe, more convenient for cooking, better for the environment, more private as you can camp off the track abit.

    With the local EPA laws though they are cutting down on people strapping or tying anything to the trees. So you just basically have to go really bush and not camp at a campsite, or convert it to a bivvy with two walking sticks.

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    Senior Member Veto 65's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    Max flatness is how closely the laying down in the hammock approaches horizontal; or how much -not- like a banana you feel.

    easy conversion: take C* double it, add thirty, get F* (within 5*)
    to reverse- take F*, subtract 30, cut in half- get *c (approx)
    the error gets rather large when you go into negative numbers, but for 'room' temps this should be useful.
    HTH, KM
    All I know is -40 C = -40 F. Thats all the conversion I know.
    I would feel more optimistic about a bright future for man if he spent less time proving that he can outwit Nature and more time tasting her sweetness and respecting her seniority. - E. B. White (1899 - 1985)

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