Originally Posted by gbacque
Hint about hammocks. If you are not using a sleeping bag (as in way to hot for anything) then spray down the outside of the hammock with bug dope. Because you are pressed against the bottom bugs can bite right through it.
Pitch it high and then get in. Lay there for a few seconds then get out and re-tighten. Get in one more time to make sure it holds before unpacking sleeping bag and such.
Now I want to see some single tree pitches on the beach.
Palms that curve down would work the best. Camping hammocks are more comfortable if you can pitch them tight.
This hammock is made by Ergo.
It has a separate pocket at the bottom that is used to hold an air mattress. This firms up the hammock and makes it more comfy.
First class all the way