Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Modoc, SC
Hammock: HHDJ/Speer/T-Bird/WBBB/Lite Owl
Suspension: Cinch Straps
Billy Bob, I tied the string around the black covers leaving a lot of sting hanging and the ends cinched up. I was then able to close up the peapod entirely around me and the hammcok with no problem.
The end of the peapod wouldn't reach the black covers, so I had to tie just the ends of the string and let the string hang, and then the peapod was able to close up. Otherwise it would not have been long enough for me to lay in it once I tied it around the black covers.
I hope that is clear.
I have a Tenth Wonder "Green Hornet" that is very similar to the Claytor (I sold my Claytor two days ago) and I may try the peapod on it. It has zippers on both sides allowing the netting to be wrapped around a ridgeline out of the way.
You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: here, there, most anywhere
Hammock: down to 4 :(
Tarp: Size matters, lol
Great thread. Thanks for starting, and for all the details (that i didnt even know to ask)
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: South Central Kentucky
Hammock: HH Safari
Tarp: HH Hex
Insulation: Potomac UnderQuilt
I love my Safari for kayak camping. No claustrophobia problems inside of it. I purchased it just last year and have only gotten to use it a few times so far.