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    grannypat's Avatar
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    Wren visit to my hammock

    The weather cooled enough that I was able to sleep in my hammock last night. This morning I felt my guy lines twanging, then a little wren attached itself to my no-see-um net and peeked in at me. It continued to flutter around me and hopefully ate any spiders on the hammock and tarp. Nice way to wake up.

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    Senior Member gordonfreeman's Avatar
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    That is a nice way to wake up, last time my buddy and I went he woke up 3 times just to punch these little tree mice off his net... Next morning we figured out they were chewing their way into our suspended packs, little buggers.

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    Awesome!

    After a day of hiking I usually smell to bad to attract something nice like that.

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    I love "the hammock"!!
    Thanks for sharing this one. Great way to start a day!

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