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One Foot Outdoors: Hammocks an outdoor gamechanger

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what is the one thing you couldn’t live without? This article answers this age-old “getting-to-know-you” question, and the answer (at least for me) is rhetorical.

NAMA claws

Review – NAMA Claws for tarps and continuous ridgelines

Simple, quick, and easy to use, the NAMA Claws by NAMA Gear are an upgrade to Prusik Knots for attaching a tarp to a continuous ridgeline.

Remaking Sparks: Fresh ideas for pedestrian mall get test run

Ottawa city is revitalizing downtown with hammocks. Great ideas to bring people back and help them stay.

Summer of the yak

This article is mostly about kayak fishing, but there’s this great little plug for brining along a hammock.

Hitch Mount Hammocking, No Trees Needed

Hitch Mount Hammocking, No Trees Needed Interesting, but expensive, hitch mount hammock stand. The McLean Metalworks Hammock Mount is designed to work in any standard 2-inch hitch receiver on your vehicle. This sturdy metal folding hammock stand collapses down super small to stash in the back of your rig, or you can leave it mounted…
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Why sit in an airport chair when you can set up your hammock?

Why sit in an airport chair when you can set up your hammock? Every time I fly I consider this, but it’s hard for me to find a space without feeling like a jerk taking up more space than the next person.

Swiftlet hammock stand

Swiftlet Interesting adjustable hammock stand. I’m a lot more interested in their larger geodesic stand.

Camping in Jemaloi Valley

Camping in Jemaloi Valley The Kenaboi State Park In Malaysia sounds like an amazing place. It doesn’t sound like they used much, if any, insulation underneath. A pad or underquilt would have made all the difference. The hammock looks like a Hennessy?