Hammock Culture

Hide and Seek for Adults: Become a Search and Rescue Volunteer
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Hide and Seek for Adults: Become a Search and Rescue Volunteer

When things go bad in the wild and you get stuck, an elite force of highly trained and well-paid rescue workers are deployed to find and rescue you. Unfortunately, the government can only afford about 4 of those guys, and depend on search and rescue volunteers to form the backbone [...]

Southern Wesleyan University’s Hammock Nest
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Southern Wesleyan University’s Hammock Nest

At Southern Wesleyan University, the community has grown into one that enjoys hanging around. As more and more people joined the ENO Club, the more leaders on campus decided that students needed a place to go. Southern Wesleyan is a beautiful campus that has been around for over century, which [...]

The ABC’s of Hammocking
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The ABC’s of Hammocking

Welcome to the first post of the ‘ABC’s of Hammocking’. Starting this week, a new post outlining a letter of the alphabet in relation to hammocking will be posted. Going in alphabetical order, we are starting today with the letter ‘A’. You may find this to be a childish experience, [...]

5 Must Haves for the Hammock Lumberjack
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5 Must Haves for the Hammock Lumberjack

When Paul Bunyan set off across the country, his ax was so large it supposedly carved the Grand Canyon when he drug it behind him. Now, in a modern age of innovation and wonder, such a large tool seems unnecessary, especially on the trail. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t [...]

5 Great Hammock Books
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5 Great Hammock Books

So you’ve just settled into that most perfect hammock, the view is fine and the weather’s ire. You just need a book and you’ll be styling. Here are five favorites that scream for hammock reading. Don’t Stop The Carnival by Herman Wook – A New Yorker decides to up and [...]