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    Bunking in ENO Guardian

    Hey everyone,

    I was curious if it were possible to bunk two hammocks in an ENO guardian. The top hammock is a DIY, but can be a bit tighter and will be used by my 5 year old daughter, so I can put her in the hammock rather than having to climb into it. I figured that if I pull the ridgeline a little higher than normal, there's enough clearance.

    I'm getting a Guardian soon (REI dividend $$, and it's the only non DIY netting they sell?) so it's the choice I'll make at this point. Plus time is pressing as I'll need to get it this week.

    Thoughts? experiences?

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    There is a lot of extra material on the bottom of the ENO Guardian so if the top hammock is small enough and if you fill out the bottom it might be possible.
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    Might the key here, I would have a back up plan if it doesn't work. Have you thought about permethrin (spelling could be wrong)?

    More over the eno hammocks themselves stretch a little bit over the night. Not as much as the original slap straps but enough that you will notice it. If you are hanging one on top of the other, that could make the person on the bottom as little nervous

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