I’ve been wanting to do this project for some time, so I am excited to get this one in the books. Today I’m going to highlight the build steps and techniques of sewing a bug net for a hammock. This will be a 360-degree bug net that completely surrounds the hammock except for an opening… Continue reading DIY Bottom Entry Bug Net Instructions
It’s live! I had the pleasure of sitting down (virtually) with Jonathan and Mark and talking about one of my favorite subjects: hammocks. They grilled me about how long it took to get the second edition of my book out :), hammock trends, apps, and other topics. As part of the interview, HYOH will be… Continue reading TUH2 featured in HYOH Podcast Episode 33
The second edition of The Ultimate Hang: Hammock Camping Illustrated, is now available.
I often field questions about the Hammock Hang Calculator about the hang angle. I made this quick illustration to show how the hang angle changes the shape of the hammock and thus affects the hang point and lay.
Another look at drip lines to protect your hammock from water seeping down your suspension and onto your hammock
On February 1, without warning, my web host went belly up and I completely lost theultimatehang.com. The site went dark for a little over a week. However, thanks to an old backup and scraping the internet archive, I’ve been slowly rebuilding the site (with the help of a great friend!). The outage has had a… Continue reading Thank you for your patience!
Tribe Provisions Go-Anywhere Blanket II Product Description I reviewed the Tribe Provisions Go-Anywhere Blanket when it first came out in 2015. Much of the design remains the same, but the company has made a few updates since that first look: The draw string strap is longer to also function as a shoulder strap The stuff sack… Continue reading Tribe Provisions Go-Anywhere Blanket II Review
Do-it-Yourself Candle Firestarter As I was going through some old photos, I came across a video and photo series I created back in 2010 to show how to make your own firestarters out of a mini candle and some wood shavings. I’ve used this for so many years I can’t remember where I first learned… Continue reading DIY Candle Firestarter