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Thread: Where do you guys and gals store your packs while hammocking

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    That will be worth a try next time out....so simple I had over looked it like most of the others it seems,

    Does anyone or has anyone else hung them from the hammock suspension, if so let me know your thoughts, ta very much
    I'm off on a 2 dayer this weekend...I'll give it a try
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    I wish you a pleasent trip. We're up north to see our daughter at uni but unfortunately are not camping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    I wish you a pleasent trip. We're up north to see our daughter at uni but unfortunately are not camping
    hope so weather looks poor for tomorrow
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    With the Sargasso tarp from TW being 3.6m long then I will definately be hanging the pack more often. Loads of cover with room to spare

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    Have a great weekend Sapper, let me know how you get on and thanks for the offer of trialing it, jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by jus_young View Post
    Hang it from the end of the hammock.

    I have placed it on the floor using the rucksack cover but if it looks like its really going to be wet then I hang it at the head end of my hammock using a 'biner clipped to the stainless ring. It keeps droughts away and lowers the head end stopping me slipping down the hammock.
    I like this idea. I'm always grabbing the head of my hammock and pulling my body back up! I'll try this next time I'm out.

    Nice tip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger004 View Post
    Have a great weekend Sapper, let me know how you get on and thanks for the offer of trialing it, jeff
    Well for a start its been cut to an overnighter now thanks to an administrative oversight
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    Quote Originally Posted by treefrog View Post
    Hey you guys, they make these great things called 'tents'...you should check them out....
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    hello,
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    I sling a second net hammock of my hammock and stuff all my gear in there. Off the ground and within reach.
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