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    clark jungle hammock video

    Okay Dont beat me up to bad about this video I have had allot of people PM me about makeing a video so I did. It is a poor video that I did today I didn't have a lot of time to put into it or edit it so this was pretty much off the cuff as you will see when and if you watch it there are two parts because YouTube will only allow 10min so it's in 2 parts.

    For those who watch it do not hammer me to hard.
    maybe when I have more time to use my other machine and edit deck I will put something togeater.

    part 1


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    I edited the thread to embed the videos.







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    wow thanks for that I had read the stuff about that but was not sure I knew how too do it and on top of that I didn't think it needed to be put on there but if you think it did I am glad you think so thanks for the help.

    HC4U you do fine work

    thanks for the help with the forum

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    Hi there, thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to demonstrate, I found it most informative and useful, Happy Hammocking Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by canalvoyageur View Post
    Hi there, thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to demonstrate, I found it most informative and useful, Happy Hammocking Bill
    Welcome to HF. Yes, cavediver did a great job. I hope we'll have more instructional videos for other hammocks & gear soon.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    I have a dumb question. How do you hang a hammock up high enough if you are only 5'2?
    Did you hear that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpJumper View Post
    I have a dumb question. How do you hang a hammock up high enough if you are only 5'2?
    You may just have to hang it a little tighter (less sag). What kind of hammock will you be using?
    And welcome to HF... or welcome to posting. I see you've been here a while<G>.
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    Or just pick trees that are closer together when possible. That'll reduce the amount your hammock drops when you get in.
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    yes, the closer the trees, the lower you can attach your straps and vice versa.

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    good job with the video, i have not seen a clark in action, it was interesting to watch.

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