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EXPEDITION HAMMOCK - www.mosquitohammock.com We use a double layer system on the bottom of the hammock with Nylon on the outside and Polyester on the inside. The Polyester feels softer against the skin, and the two layers slide across each other so you can move around and sleep comfortably. The double bottom layers also make it harder for the mosquitoes to bite through. The heavy duty YKK double zips open from the inside and the outside and run the entire length of the hammock. They make it very easy to get in and out of the hammock, and they will last a long time.
How to use the iPhone 4 as a GPS mapping device for backpacking Back to Adventure Alan’s Ultralight Backpacking Home Page: This contains a wealth of information on backpacking with gear lists, trip reports, backpacking techniques for various weather and environments (cold rainy weather, alipine hiking, desert hiking), etc. While focused on lightweight backpacking, much of the content applies to all styles of backpacking. The iPhone is a viable tool to use as a GPS and mapping device for backpacking trips worldwide. In many ways it is superior to traditional mapping GPS units like the Garmin Oregon. The method for using the iPhone for backpacking is to use apps that let you preload the appropriate maps and data files over WiFi. If you already own an iPhone, then the cost of using it as a GPS/Mapping device for backpacking is very reasonable. iOS Hardware Models For purposes of this article (GPS and mapping), the iOS devices vary in only two ways: GPS Chip and Battery Drain. First, some iOS devices have a GPS chip and some do not. P.S.
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