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    Black Foot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wanna Bs View Post
    How do you hang the hammocks in the shelter. I see them hanging but am clueless as to how you have them hitched to the walls and poles. I want to be able to do this if needed when we hike the AT. Of course you were fortunate that the shelter was not full.

    We wrapped our tree straps around the roof support timbers - there were small gaps where you could do that. Took a few tries to get the angles right. On our trip through the smokies last year we saw a guy using a hammock in the shelter as well but he was hanging about 8 - 10' off the ground and using the top ledge to get in and out
    see you on the trail,
    Mike

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    AT 501 Shelter Hang

    Nice! I was just there Saturday, passing through with my Boy Scout troop. There is still snow all over, but its maybe an inch deep, at the deepest. We talked about hanging our hammocks in there, now I see that it is possible.
    Scout Master Troop 303, Carneys Point, NJ

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    Blackfoot,
    Glad to see you and your son got some quality time together. I see Tinkr lists a cuben tarp. I hope he didn't get rid of that great looking DIY tarp.
    Jason

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    Black Foot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwright View Post
    Blackfoot,
    Glad to see you and your son got some quality time together. I see Tinkr lists a cuben tarp. I hope he didn't get rid of that great looking DIY tarp.
    Jason
    He still has it, but the cuben tarp was an early gift from Santa. Great to hear from you, will you be coming to spring MAHHA this year?
    see you on the trail,
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Foot View Post
    He still has it, but the cuben tarp was an early gift from Santa. Great to hear from you, will you be coming to spring MAHHA this year?
    yeah, most likely I'll be there. I just won't officially sign up until closer to the actual date--the gods of work don't take kindly to open displays of optimism.
    Look forward to seeing you there.
    Your dinner at the fall hang inspired me to start dehydrating so I have a few BF5 meals I need to get through.
    jason

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    Nice pics....hammock looks so much more comfortable that the wooden bunks which I slept on...thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonesat97 View Post
    Nice pics....hammock looks so much more comfortable that the wooden bunks which I slept on...thanks for sharing.
    You are right they aren't comfortable and even worse every time someone rolls over they squeak - must be very noisy when the Thru Hikers come through PA
    see you on the trail,
    Mike

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    New Member ramjet's Avatar
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    Looks like a great place to hang out of the weather, is that a sky light ?
    How cool.
    Shalom.

    ramjet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramjet View Post
    Looks like a great place to hang out of the weather, is that a sky light ?
    How cool.
    Good eye, yes it is. Here is a better picture of the skylight:

    see you on the trail,
    Mike

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