Chad Huneycuttless info
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Research Technologist by title, linux user/admin for almost 15 years
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|location||Atlanta, GA||seen||Feb 10 '12 at 20:05|
What are the downsides to sleeping in a hammock on a multi-day hike?
Most folks think of lying in a hammock in line with the two trees (or whatever main anchors you use), sometimes called a "banana". If you instead lie diagonally (~45 degrees), the hammock material flattens out, and you can get pretty flat. I have seen folks comfortably lie on their stomach with some configurations.