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Grant Stemler Hammocks Fort Lauderdale, Florida

What is your name?

Grant Stemler on Instagram @grantstemler

Did you choose the hammock life? Or did the hammock life choose you? When and how did your start hammocking?!

Truthfully, I had always been a skeptic of the hammock life. Being on a college campus, it was impossible to not see someone hoisted between two trees. I kind of thought it was a waste of time, or maybe I was secretly jealous deep down.

Fast forward a few years and I started dating this girl who loves her some hammocks. It only took one hammock cuddle-sesh to convince me that the hammock life was for me. No regrets.

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lawson hanmmock

The Benefits of Sleeping in a Hammock [Should You Trade Your Bed in for a Hammock?]

Beds are overrated. So overrated, in fact, that this particular Reddit user decided to forego the whole bed thing and instead sleep in a hammock night after night. Is he/she a genius? Why yes, yes he/she is.

As he/she explains, sleeping in a hammock is, and I quote, “glorious.” For those skeptical about the benefits of sleeping in a hammock, let me break it down for you.

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Michael Close’s Hammocking Adventures

The Hammocker:

Check out Michael and his Hammocking adventures on Instagram ! 📷 @yaboymichael

How long have you been hammocking?

Over 1 Year!

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Yobo Hammock Stand

The Lightest & Most Portable Hammock Stand by YOBO hammocks

Introducing the most lightweight portable Hammock Stand by YOBO Hammock Stands. The hammock stand you’ve always wanted on your hiking adventures.

1 Hammock Stand Specs:

  • Max Load: 300LBS
  • Stand Weight: 32.4oz
  • Tarp Extension Weight – 4oz
  • Hang Height (Floor to Loop) – 130cm
  • Assembled Height: 132.25cm – 180.25
  • Assembled Width (At Base): 67.5cm
  • Storage Length: 51cm
  • Storage Width: 8cm
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101 Hammocks on Walnut Street Bridge in Chattanooga, TN

Built in 1890, the 2,376 feet Walnut Street Bridge was the first bridge to connect Chattanooga, Tennessee’s downtown with the North Shore. Edwin Thacher was the chief engineer.

Address: 1 Walnut St, Chattanooga, TN 37403, United States
Opened: 1890
Total length: 724 m (~2,375 feet)
Construction started: 1889
Bridge type: Truss bridge

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7 Of The Most Spooky Hiking Trails to Pitch your Hammock

Dare to Hammock at These Haunted Places?

This is a guest post contributed by Leigh Marcos, Freelance Writer.

We all love being outdoors, but throw in a little spook into the equation and we all have a perfect recipe for adventure. There are many places in United States that are known for being haunted or too scary to even visit. But some daredevils like to take it up a notch!

Here are some of the most haunted trails where spending a night and making out of it alive will be an adventure of a lifetime. All you need is bravado, a camp and a hammock to set your very own “Blair Witch Project” in motion.

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How to Hang Your Hammock

How to Hang Your Hammock [So Easy a Bear Can Do It]

You’ve got your hammock. Now all you need to do is learn how to hang it!

If you’re a seasoned hammock hanger, you might think that this is a silly post. But remember that you, too, were once a hammock newbie. And we want to welcome as many hammock enthusiasts as possible into our tribe, so this post is for those who are curious how to properly hang their hammocks. Especially since there are plenty of places to hang a hammock (in your bedroom, on a balcony, between two trees…), we’d hate for you to have a mishap when all you’re tryin’ to do is hang out.

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Camping in Hammocks with Jon DeMeo

Camping in Hammocks with Jon DeMeo

The Hammocker:

You can find Jon DeMeo on Instagram @jondemeo.

How long have you been hammocking?

I’ve been hammock camping for over 5 years now

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interview with richard symonds

An Interview with Tree Climbing Expert & Wildlife Artist Richard Symonds

Richard Symonds generously agreed to share his experience climbing trees with the folks from Hammock Town. Richard has been committed to wildlife conversation for over 20 years. Entirely self-taught Richard dedicated his life to painting and drawing wild animals in their natural habitat. He’s held various exhibitions and auctions around the world. 🗺

In 2006 Richard hit headlines completing his first life-size oil painting of an African bull elephant named “Tembo”. Richard’s painting sold for a staggering $100,000.00 to a private collector with a large donation from the sale going directly to The Born Free Foundation.

Richard has a rare ability to capture the true essence of each animal he paints. His artwork
has been published in many leading magazines, books, Limited Edition prints, greetings cards and multi media.

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You’ll definitely want to check out Richard’s art for sale online and follow Richard on Instagram @richardsymondsartist.

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Without further ado the interview with tree climbing expert Richard Symonds!

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19 of the Most Spectacular Tree Tents Money Can Buy

19 of the Most Spectacular Tree Tents that Money Can Buy

Tree tents, hammock tents, suspended tents, call it what you want to call it, we are calling it a camping revolution.

Never again do you have to hear your girlfriend say:

I’m not going to sleep on the ground!

If you already have a tent and swear by it, sweet. Stay on the ground homie.

If you have an open mind, here is what the hammocking experts on Google+ had to say about Hammocks vs Tents vs the best of both worlds (Hammock Tents/Tree Tents).

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