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This month, Jonathan and Mark chat it out with Chris Haramoto, director of the East Canyon State Park. The East Canyon State Park has embraced hammock camping by installing official hammock camping sites. Jonathan and Mark discuss this with Chris, and then learn a thing or two about how to talk with administration for the state parks that you camp in if you have issues hammock camping. Finally, after learning about some amazing places to camp in Utah everyone discusses their own amazing camping experiences.

After the interview, Mark and Jonathan discuss the benefits of having a bugnet, even in the winter.

In the new segment, “Hangin Out with Gresh and Spiguyver”, the guys answer a listener’s comment about tree selection.

Show Notes:

Here’s a link to the Goblin Valley State Park: https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/goblin-valley/

If you’d like to learn more about the 50 states project, here’s the link in the Hammock Forums: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/70866-The-50-State-Project-US-State-Parks-amp-Hammocks

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