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    Hammock & Bluegrass....

    Hello Hangers,
    Just back from a bluegrass festival doing some picking, singing and hanging.
    Here is my set-up...
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    Was on the edge of a pasture (there are more trees but that is private land) so I had to make a couple of 2x4 supports. Worked real good. Had several people checking me out as I took a wonderful 2 hour nap to the sounds of Bill Monroe coming through the tarp.
    Had fun and what little sleep there is, is so good in a hammock!
    Shug of the High Lonesome Sound
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    Hammocking and bluegrass! What more could you want? Sounds like heaven. Thanks for the vision.
    Nice way to set up in a pinch.

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    How did you join your 2x4's together? Bolted?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    How did you join your 2x4's together? Bolted?
    Hey NCPatrick,
    Yessir, bolts with a wing-nut.
    All that wuz missin' was some good ol' NC style pork BBQ.....
    Salivating Shug
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    Very cool. Looking forward to your next visit down here.


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    Way cool, Shug. I myself have been riding the bike down to the river banks with my hammock and mandolin...not a bad way to spend a couple of hours. Hammocks and bluegrass are like two peas and a pod, though I haven't yet mastered hanging while picking yet...have you?

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    Nothing beats Bluegrass....except maybe hammocks and Bluegrass.
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    Not to stray too far off topic, but, I'm almost finished reading Come Hither To Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass With Bill Monroe by Bob Black. Black was a Blue Grass Boy in the early 70s, played banjo. It's a great memoir of Bill and insight into the family of musicians surrounding him in that era. Any of you bluegrassers looking for a great hammock read should check it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macfly View Post
    Way cool, Shug. I myself have been riding the bike down to the river banks with my hammock and mandolin...not a bad way to spend a couple of hours. Hammocks and bluegrass are like two peas and a pod, though I haven't yet mastered hanging while picking yet...have you?
    Hey macfly......... I have not yet picked whilst in the hammock. But I am gonna go for it!
    Sounds nice to hammock and pick by the river.
    Quote Originally Posted by macfly View Post
    Not to stray too far off topic, but, I'm almost finished reading Come Hither To Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass With Bill Monroe by Bob Black. Black was a Blue Grass Boy in the early 70s, played banjo. It's a great memoir of Bill and insight into the family of musicians surrounding him in that era. Any of you bluegrassers looking for a great hammock read should check it out!
    I have sat in a jam with Bob Black as he comes to our MN bluegrass fests from time to time. Have not yet read the book. Got to order that one up......
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    Quote Originally Posted by macfly View Post
    Not to stray too far off topic, but, I'm almost finished reading Come Hither To Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass With Bill Monroe by Bob Black. Black was a Blue Grass Boy in the early 70s, played banjo. It's a great memoir of Bill and insight into the family of musicians surrounding him in that era. Any of you bluegrassers looking for a great hammock read should check it out!
    OK.... I just ordered it and I will read it whilst relaxing in the good ol' hammock
    Shug
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