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    Resting in my hammock chair above the April snow

    I led a group on a hike to a summit in Allegany State Park yesterday, April 6. Plenty of snow above 2100 feet still. While they rested on a wet downed tree, I took a nap in my hammock chair:


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    good one!!
    YMMV

    HYOH

    Free advice worth what you paid for it. ;-)

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    Did you convert, some of them to this new way of Life?.. To the tree's.

    Great photo, Seen the short Hammock.. Went Eh?? what is that... Till I reading your note saying it was a chair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chug View Post
    Did you convert, some of them to this new way of Life?.. To the tree's.

    Great photo, Seen the short Hammock.. Went Eh?? what is that... Till I reading your note saying it was a chair.

    Two of the women on the hike tried it. I made two of them out of a walmart blue hammock, but no one wanted to take the second one when we started the hike. I suspect on the next hike two or three people will be asking for the extra one.


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    I love this idea for day hikes. What a great way to relax mid day. Did you just make a shortie hammock? Having not made a hammock before I figure this could be a fairly simple project to start on. Thanks.

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    Looks comfy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
    I love this idea for day hikes. What a great way to relax mid day. Did you just make a shortie hammock? Having not made a hammock before I figure this could be a fairly simple project to start on. Thanks.
    I bought a Walmart hammock for $25, then had a local tailor cut it in half and sew channels in the cut half. Then I added whoopie slings for the suspension, with carabiners and tree straps, giving me two hammock chairs.

    Packs half the size of my homemade hiking hammock, and about 2/3rds of the weight.

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