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  1. #1331
    New Member
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    Mar 2013
    Location
    Star N.C
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    Grand trunk skeeter beeter
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    guide gear 8.5x8.5
    Insulation
    mummy bag
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    1 inch straps
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    17
    3 back surgeries by age of 35 made ground camping very uncomfortable . I can sleep liek a baby in a hammock best find ive found

  2. #1332
    Algonz's Avatar
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    Feb 2012
    Location
    burnsville, mn
    Hammock
    diy 1.1 oz
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    diy cat cut
    Insulation
    hg incubator
    Suspension
    dutch whoopie hook
    Posts
    211
    Quarter life crisis.

  3. #1333

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    Mar 2013
    Location
    Snohomish, WA
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    WBBB 1.1 dbl
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    SuperFly
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    WL TQ and UQ
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    straps & whoopies
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    61
    I spent most of the winter looking for a very light weight tent. I've never heard of a hammock used for camping. Then stumbled apon this website. I haven't even received my hammock yet and I don't think I'll sleep in a regular tent again.

  4. #1334
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    Jul 2012
    Location
    St Augustine, FL
    Hammock
    DH Freebird, WBBB 1.1
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    Tadpole, HG Cuben
    Insulation
    UQ Tewa Antifreeze
    Suspension
    Straps & Whoopies
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    85
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    Too old to be sleeping on the ground. Especially in the rain!

  5. #1335
    New Member Apollyon's Avatar
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    Oct 2012
    Location
    Spangdahlem, Germany
    Hammock
    DIY w/~90in RL
    Tarp
    WBMJ
    Insulation
    "G'ma'sFeatherBed"
    Suspension
    Whoopies
    Posts
    18
    after a long hike up a hill, i was looking for ways to lighten my pack. not to mention the amazing comfort.

  6. #1336
    Member fgreen32's Avatar
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    Apr 2013
    Location
    Denham Springs, LA
    Hammock
    GTSBP
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    HB sky tent 2
    Insulation
    MG phantom 45
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    I have a coworker and friend "lord of the chicken wings" that introduce me to hammocks. couple of weeks back he let me use a couple of his hammocks and my son and I are now hooked. Ok more so me but i think i just need to get my son in the right hammock for him and he will love it too. i do not have my own hammock yet (I am shopping for one now). I am looking at a hennessy or warbonnet. first use of hammock for camping was the 3/29/13 - 3/31/13. Son is 19 and is looking to do more and more already.

  7. #1337
    New Member
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    Apr 2013
    Location
    Madera, Californa
    Hammock
    ENO Double Nest
    Tarp
    ENO Rainfly
    Insulation
    ENO Ember UQ
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    ENO Atlas Straps
    Posts
    11

    What made you a "hanger"?

    I saw a bunch of posts from the BCUSA lot about hammock camping and just had to give it a shot. Now I keep my ENO Double nest in the truck at all times and usually slap it up during lunch at work between a few trees near the parking lot.
    I love modern tech btw, I'm in my hammock now and talking hammocks with the world. Gotta love it.

  8. #1338
    Senior Member CamoEvo's Avatar
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    Apr 2013
    Location
    Upper Peninsula, Michigan
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    Claytor Jungle
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    Maxi4season coyote
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    UGQ 0* fl zep.
    Suspension
    Dutch cinch buckle
    Posts
    148
    I'm another BCUSA convert, someone posted a link to the Shugshuggityshugshug Youtube channel, and I was hooked. Glad to be off the lumpy ground!

  9. #1339
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    Location
    southeast WV
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    DIY
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  10. #1340
    New Member mukifli's Avatar
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    Feb 2013
    Location
    La Grande, Or
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    Love backpacking, hate sleeping on the ground!!!

    When ever I'd go backpacking I pretty much just figured there would be a beautifully hike followed by a miserable night's sleep. I also do mission trips in Mexico where we camp. I don't care what you've heard about the sand it ain't soft. Its hard as a rock in the middle of the night. Being an engineer I had specs all drawn up for a hammock tent to build myself before I'd ever known such a thing existed. Took me a few years to get my mind around all this stuff but I finally found a good deal on a Clark nx250 before my most recent Mexico trip and the thing literally saved my trip as I through my back out the day before we left. Can't wait to get on the trail with it.

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