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    Hmm... you all have given me a lot to go on. Thanks for all the help and ideas! I'll see what I can come up with now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    Give me one tree and a vehicle with a trailer hitch, and I'm good:
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=21349
    That looks like a great way

    I was planning on bringing my hammock to Wakarusa in May/June.
    When it seems like the night will last forever
    And there's nothing left to do but count the years
    When the strings of my heart start to sever
    And stones fall from my eyes instead of tears
    I will walk alone by the black muddy river
    And dream me a dream of my own
    -Jerry

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    All the ideas on here are absolutely amazing.

    I would not have believed that you could hang a hammock from ski polls.

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    check this post out

    http://chrisisasavage.com/blog/?p=186

    They use there bikes as a two person hammock stand.



    I would love to try this.

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    New Member Jason Andrews's Avatar
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    Hi Skylar,
    I just need to disclose I'm the owner of handy Hammock Limited

    You can also use a Handy Hammock system if you want something you can rely on that will take up to 275 of hanger! Packs up pretty small and weighs just 54 ounces inc the lightwieght hammock supplied.

    Derek Hansen (author of The Ultimate Hang) has recently been kind enough to review it and tested it with a number of campign hammocks and tarps he owns rather than the lightweight one we supply.

    Here's his photo using our ultralight folding supporting struts with a Hennessy Expedition Asym hammock. The tarp is the Outdoor Equipment Supplier (OES) MacCat Standard silnylon.



    Hopefully we'll have our prototype canopy ready for sale soon as well...
    Handy Hammock: The Worlds lightest portable hammock stand (54 ounces inc hammock)

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