That campground was technically "closed" when we used it. We had permission from the folks in charge, so we were legal. However, it is setup primarily for family car-camping. Hence, the lamppost.
here's my modes of travel for when I'd use the "gone in 60 seconds" mode, canoe, kayak and hiking (no photo)
dunno about 60 sec. but the LST makes buggin'out "lickidy-split".
(that's my rig in photo)
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" just jump in where you can and hang on!" - briscoe darling
spidennis - Is that a Knu-Pak you have? or did you DIY that?
Just make sure the whole setup doesn't get to bulky, not that it all doesn't fit through your kayaks hatches. (some hatches are quite small, so normally many small bags instead of one big thing).
Have you seen Dutch's Bridge back pack? His hammock is his back pack, and his back pack is his hammock. May take a little more than 60 seconds to pack, but it's all done at once.
I needed to do the same thing for rafting. I have used this setup for my last two river trips. I think the Drysil bags are 25L. I leave the bottom quilt attached to the hammock, with the top quilts and pillow inside. I stuff it from one end to the other, into a dry bag. There's really no way to incorperate the tarp into the same bag with the down because it always seems to be damp, whether from rain or just a heavy dew.