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  Technically, a hammock is a
  Posted by: Jsaults on Oct-31-12 7:50 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Oct-31-12 7:52 PM EST --

"Bear Pinata". A bear burrito is one who is rolled up on the ground.........

That said, I am a lover of piņatas. I started out with a Hennessey, added a Clark NX-250, and then a WarBonnet BlackBird. All are fine, each has unique qualities. My HH Explorer is one of the slit entry models. Best entry for excluding insects ever designed! Good for side-sleeping. The CJH with its integrated weather cover is great for fall/winter/early spring temps. And the WBBB allows the netting to be unzipped and retracted when conditions allow. Also a good side-sleeper. I sleep at about 45 deg from side-sleeping in the CJH.

I get far better sleep in hammocks than I ever did in tents. I suggest you do some research on hammockforums.net before buying.

Jim


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