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Discussion in 'Shelter & Sleeping' started by bushblade, Feb 27, 2010.
Much appreciated and timely thank you.
Timely? It's nearly three years old lol
Hammock physics? Hammocks physics?
FYI. The link from the OP is dead.
Hammocks are tortillas for our grizzly bears.
Does that make tents taco shells?
Taco shells are tortillas. Easy to make. A tent could be a tamale with a bunch of burritos inside.
Quite clear now that pepper/bear spray alerts the bears to people and food = hot sauce.
Is there anyone with a copy of the pdf as all the links seem to be unavailable
Hi yeah i have shared it on my Google drive here https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5udwj7e9PdaeGtvSXFUZkN1RW8/view?usp=drivesdk
Very good photos and clear instructions !
Thanks very much I did a search of the thread and was only coming up with broken links, thanks again.
This has answered so many questions for me in one go. Thanks very much for sharing
For more information on knot techniques for some of the knots described here the following may be useful.
Animated knots app available for Android or iOS
A climbing book called The complete guide to rope techniques by Nigel Shepherd. This has some useful information on how to tie tape knots and how to tie onto carabinas.
There's also that Ashley book of you lots but is not cheap and some of the animated tutorials are easier to follow.
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