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First Annual SouthEast Hang at Oak Mountain Park Alabama

Jennifer Norton shows off the Hennessy Hammock she won at the first ever SouthEast Hang at Oak Mountain Park near Birmingham, Alabama, March 23-25.   If you're in the area at this time next year, plan on dropping in at this event.  For details, check out https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=southeast%20hangers

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By Ann Hennessy | | Appalachian Trail, AT, Trail Days, trail hiking |

The Right Strap at the Right Price

Now you won’t have to pay more to get the right strap for your new hammock. Because of our concern for the environment and protecting trees from hammock rope damage, the Hennessy Hammock team has decided to reduce the price of our longer webbing straps so that all straps are the same low price.   Also, any person who owns any brand of hammock without webbing straps can also buy a pair of any standard size or length for less than $10 plus postage from Hennessy Hammock.

 

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By Tom Hennessy | | Appalachian Trail, AT, ropes, tips, Trail Days, trail hiking, webbing straps |

"Hoot" Video at Trail Days 2016

We met "Hoot" at Trail Days 2016 in Damascus Virginia and think she is a wonderful ambassador for HH.

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By Tom Hennessy | | Appalachian Trail, AT, reviews, tips, Trail Days, trail hiking |

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