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Post by hikehunter » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:50 pm

I wish to say I love the hammock life.


I got off the ground in 2010. I have been looking and learning how and where to hang a hammock.

I like the fact that hammocks give a hiker/camper great options.

Most of them much dryer.

I see hammocks like cars. There are the cheap "POS" units and there are the "royal royce" units.

The hammock world has grown greatly in the last 3 to 5 years and it can be a bit crazy for newbies as well as old timers looking for an upgrade.

If you have been in the "Hammock World" for the last year or so, you have seen many changes and advances in it.

There are many folks making some great products, for hammocks and add ons.

I have been thinking of the way that the hammock world has been evolving.

I think it is time to bring out a new class of hammock.

I would like to get peoples input on the basic concept and see what happens from there................

This would be a two person hammock with the width and length, as well as the strength to handle major action,(side to side,as well as, up and down)

The suspension will need to be extra heavy duty. Maybe bungie to add to the hanging experiance.

Maybe even a sound proof tarp to keep the neibohors out of the loop.


There are wonders out there...now to go find them HFHS (Have Fun & Hike Safe)

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Post by rhjanes » Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:09 am

I prefer Bentley's over Rolls Royces. Bentleys are built for performance.
Call me Junior
Hammock hangs are where you go into the woods to meet men you've only known on the internet so you can sit around a campfire to swap sewing tips and recipes sargevining

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Post by hikehunter » Tue May 02, 2017 11:53 pm

LOL, rhjanes........I would love to have a 1932 RR convertable. Great million dollar car. I wish in one hand and ...
There are wonders out there...now to go find them HFHS (Have Fun & Hike Safe)

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Post by thanhliem24 » Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:43 am

I used to use a hammock to sleep at noon. The UC is such a beautiful place for a hammock to be. The weather at this time of the year is so perfect and gives me a chance to have tons of different kids come lay on me.
I am finding a hammock at best hammock.
My site: best hard hat.

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Post by Scott » Thu Jun 08, 2017 5:44 pm

thanhliem24 wrote:I used to use a hammock to sleep at noon. The UC is such a beautiful place for a hammock to be. The weather at this time of the year is so perfect and gives me a chance to have :?: tons of different kids come lay on me :?: .
maybe I missed something in the translation? I'm not grammar police, but some things raise eyebrows :shock: in today's world...
Texas sucede? Y'all are lucky we don't invade!

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Post by thanhliem24 » Thu Jun 08, 2017 6:53 pm

Scott wrote:maybe I missed something in the translation? I'm not grammar police, but some things raise eyebrows :shock: in today's world...
I'm sorry. My English is not good.
I am finding a hammock at best hammock.
My site: best hard hat.

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Post by Scott » Sat Jun 10, 2017 4:21 pm

Where are you from?
Texas sucede? Y'all are lucky we don't invade!

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Post by thanhliem24 » Sat Jun 10, 2017 9:21 pm

Scott wrote:Where are you from?
I'm from Vietnam. I just moved to the US 16 months ago
I am finding a hammock at best hammock.
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