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    Senior Member NCPatrick's Avatar
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    I GOTS to have me one of those!
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    That's neat.

    I have been thinking about making a camp chair hammock. It would basically be a really short hammock, 3-4 feet long, that you could use around the fire. I can't figure out how to make the back of the "chair" so that you don't flip out backwards when you lean back.
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    I think we could come up with something like that that works. After all it's no HH.

    Good thing I do not live in my own house and have a full DIY list.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
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    I like it and may try to adapt some of the ideas into a hammock chair for me and Mother Nature from WB (not a hammocker, but a wonderful lady with deteriorating disc in her back). I'm thinking that an inflatible pad could substitute for the cushions by fitting it into some sort of sleeve or between straps and the same hammock used for sleeping could be used for the main body.

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