Travel lite, get cozy in the forest, chill at a festival, or relax at home... enjoy a mobile comfort zone!
HUGS are sewn with high quality fabrics and suspended with webbing. Nothing else required!
Faux fur or fleece provide a thermal layer that keep your back warm and wrap around like a sleeping bag.
An extra thermal and water resistant covering open on two sides creates the perfect sleeping bag.
A zipper between base and liner makes a duvet.
A HUG can be a couch cover or with rope removed a warm luxurious bed spread.
HUGS are the solution for camping on wet or uneven ground. It takes only a minute to set-up or pack away. Sleep and not be seen.
For just $40, a bug net provides peace of mind. Clip gear inside the net on the line above to keep items handy and safe while sleeping.
ULTRALITE TRAVEL BUG HUG
Lined with faux fur or fleece, double-wide, depending quality: $160- $240.
All Hanging HUGS come with a bag attached to keep within reach items like a flashlight, book or water bottle.
Packed up, you have a comfortable pillow, as there are no parts that can poke. The bag closure is a backpack strap making it easy to carry.
Interview of "Hammock Town founder"
Home-free in Vancouver -- Peter lives in Stanley Park
Peter is a pastry chef who has traveled the world, including serving in Bosnia. He can't work due to arthritis in his hands and has been sleeping outside four years. He plays $100 for a storage locker and sleeps on a picnic table in Stanley park. Rangers know he is there, but don't hassle as he keeps the place clean and doesn't stay when families come. He cleans himself with hot water from the tap in the public bathroom or aquatic center.
He is so acclimatized to being outside that being inside to go to movies gives him the flu. When he turns 55 BC housing puts him on the fast track to getting a home. He also has an social care advocate to wade through any bureaucracy. He's quite a guy who loves Vancouver and the city cares for him one person at a time.
He said a person shouldn't go hungry in Vancouver, or be in need of clothes, but safe, dry sleeping spaces are tricky. Storing things where they will not get stolen is hard. He hides his sleeping bag in the bush under a camp tarp and pays $100 a month of a locker.
A well spoken, kind person, Peter shared slices of his brick of cheese with me as we sat talking for 40 minutes. He gave a great on camera interview. He enjoys life and watching everyone around him. He was excited about the Hanging HUG Hammock I gifted. I taught him how to tie the knots to make set up and take down a snap.
CBC broadcast on Christmas Eve 2007 shows 4th grade class at Morna Heights School sewing hammocks gifted to Ugandans.
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Article in the Telegram - St. John's, Newfoundland.
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