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    nice! I got woods behind my work. hung last week. trying to make it a daily affair...

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    At a local hospital, while waiting for my wife, I noticed a very nice open air garden area placed in the very center of the building. Obviously an area used to take breaks. It had some very nicely placed trees and lawn...I kept thinking "hammock trees". That's where I would want to hang. Must have it bad eh? Looking at hanging spots while waiting for my bride to come out of the OR...I found it peaceful.
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    Great job of figuring that out. Hope your boss doesn't find your spot. It would be a bummer they kept paging you and you never woke up on your break!

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    In our last office space, there was a ton of room between the acoustical ceiling tiles and the next floor. There was even some hardware built into the concrete girders. It would have been the perfect hiding spot, but the ladder I would have had to use to get into the hammock kind of would have given me away.

    Excellent creativity there! Just happens to be a stairwell right outside our office door. Might have to pay attention to if it is ever used. Hmmmm, hope you don't get me fired.
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    Nice! I keep looking at the Palo Verde trees behind my office, too. There are actually enough places for at least 5 hangers. I think the bosses might be too uptight to let that fly, though.
    In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. ~John Muir

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    Thanks for all the comments and sharing your thoughts. I'm going to keep looking around just for fun.

    The best part of my hang was it was the middle of the night and that stairwell is just not used because it leads from a restricted area where I work to the outside. No chance of anyone coming in from the outside and only me a two others were working the night shift and they were sleeping on old couches.

    Like to keep hearing about others' work hangs.
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