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[ft-l] Jonathon Dickinson

Depends on what campsite your talking about.  I've hung mine on a couple
occasions at the FTA campsite.  The Kitchen Creek campsite has plently of
trees, but they are mostly pine trees, which tend to turn the tree saver
straps into really stickey tree save straps.  At the Scrub Jay site, there are
fewer trees and they are mostly too far apart.  At the two formal campsite,
they probably don't allow them, although not sure why.  About all they have
are Austrailian pines, which they have to get rid of anyway, so any potential
damage shouldn't be a problem, not that a properly hung hammock would do any
real damage.

Paul Guyon
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