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  Have a Hennessy Ultralight
  Posted by: Brawleytj on Jun-02-12 7:36 PM (EST)
 

Backbacker hammock, with the standard bottom entry. I use a Kelty Noah 9 tarp, or standard Hennessy Hex tarp for heavy rains. Set up takes 2 minutes and it's the most comfortable nights sleep I've ever had. It's light, and you don't have to worry about uneven ground, roots, rocks, and water around your tent. Hammocks are little colder to sleep in than a tent but a pad and quilt handle that, or a quilt on the bottom of the hammock can be used for insulation. Like Karl said, try www.hammocksforum.com

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