This is one of those 'hangs' that you just have to go to. I'm excited to be able to attend this year and show off some new Sheltowee Gear!
This is a unique hammock event that takes place during the Annual Grayson Highlands Fall Festival in Virgina. Members of HammockForums.net (HF) come together to demo hammock camping to patrons of the festival; likely introducing many new people to elevated camping! I think Sheltowee Hammocks will fit in nicely with this crowd and I look forward to showing off all that I've got.
Check out this page for more info about the activities going on during the festival.
If your planning on coming to the second annual Moontower Music Festival, plan on taking some time to relax between sets in a Sheltowee Hammock!
I'll have plenty of hammocks to hang from in both the VIP section and the vendor area.
I'm at it again! Stop by the Alltech Arena in the Kentucky Horse Park this weekend to see some of the latest gear from Sheltowee, Including a great selection of Arch and Terrapin Hammocks.
Look for Sheltowee the 3rd weekend of January in the Sunshine State! I will be at the fifth annual Florida Hang this year at Doe Lake in the Ocala National Forest Janurary 15-19. I look forward to some genuine southern hospitality and introducing new people to my insulated hammocks. Don't be fooled by the LOC; three out of the last four Florida Hangs have seen overnight lows in the 20's! I'll be sure to bring my 20° Boone's and some stack-able quilts for by 40°!!
The Palmetto State Hangers are hosting their 4th annual Fall Sprawl in Santee State Park located in Santee, South Carolina. This will by my first time hanging in SC and I can't wait to meet a great group of new people!
Thanks Gresh, for the invite!
(photo credit to REV of hammockforums.net)
Keep a look out for Sheltowee on the Gauley this year!
I plan on being a vendor during the now infamous Gauley Fest in Summersville, WV! I'll have gear for sale and for demo; I look forward to introducing new people to hammocking!
(photo credit to gadling.com)
The Sheltowee Trace Association is hosting their 5th annual trail conference for the first time in their new offices in Livingston, KY. I'm very happy to attend with Sheltowee Hammock Co. to my first meeting.
As a new corporate member, I look forward to meeting new people who are passionate about the bright future of the Sheltowee Trace. New and seasoned members alike will gather for lunch and participate in workshops, hikes and service projects.
I will be bringing my hammocks to show off a bit, as well as provide a Boone 40° double layer hammock to be given away in the membership raffle; (all those new and renewed memberships are automatically entered for a chance to walk home with it).
It's not too late to register yourself, family or business as a new or renewed member of the STA. Hope to see you there!
(photo credit to STA.org)
At the Ultimate Outdoor Expo last weekend, I was reminded of the music venue/organic farm just minutes from Sheltowee Hammock Co., in Harrodsburg, KY called Terrapin Hill. Their annual Harvest Festival is this September and I thought it would be a great opportunity to get acquainted with this, no doubt unique atmosphere.
Venues like these where art, music and camping come together for a weekend offer a unique opportunity for me to show off my locally made hammocks. In honor of this Fest (and the more sure to come) I'm designing a simple gathered-end hammock that should appeal to the pack-and-go and chill-out attitude of such festival goers.
I'm calling these lightweight, take-anywhere hammocks, Terrapin Hammocks. (after all, a terrapin is another turtle).
Look for me out and about there on Friday Sept 5th, I'll be casually selling a limited number of 'terrapin' hammocks as a blanket vendor for $40. See you out there!
(photo credit to musicmarauders.com)
Exclusive sale at this show only! I'm also introducing new products this weekend... I'm sure they'll be a hit!!
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