Hi — my name is Andy and I love to hang out in my hammock. I work at Tyndale University College & Seminary, a multidenominational Christian university college and seminary located in Toronto — I build websites there!
We recently (April 2015) moved to a new campus which has some amazing outdoor space. I have been enjoying finding great places to hang my hammock. I have recorded these hammockable spots here for you...
About My Hammocks
I have several hammocks and use a couple of them on campus. Here are two that I use the most:
» Grand Trunk Ultralight
The Grand Trunk Ultralight travel hammock is a great basic hammock to have around. It is light weight and easy to hang anywhere. It is a bit small and has a weight limit of around 200 pounds. You can't beat the price at ~$20 USD. Grab one of these and some Tree Slings (also ~$20 USD) and you are ready to go! This is the kit I keep in my office
The Kammok Roo is a high quality camping hammock. Inspired by the kangaroo, this camping hammock will get you off the ground in a hurry, give you a comfortable, secure place to rest, and then pack up quick so you can continue on your way. The Roo will cost you $99 USD and should be paired with some Python Straps. I use this for longer hangs or if I really need a good nap! I generally leave this one in my car for adventures off campus.
Tyndale is a multidenominational Christian university college and seminary, legislated by the province of Ontario. The new 56-acre campus is strategically positioned in north Toronto on Bayview Avenue. Tyndale’s diverse student body is engaged in comprehensive post-secondary education programs taught from a faith perspective. Tyndale University College provides undergraduate degree programs that prepare students for professional vocations and postgraduate studies. Tyndale Seminary provides postgraduate theological education at the master’s and doctoral levels for Christian leaders in the 21st century. Founded in 1894, Tyndale presently has over 1,600 students representing over 40 denominations and 60 ethnic backgrounds and more than 12,500 alumni.
Please Note: Although I do work at Tyndale, the opinions expressed on this site are my own and may not reflect the opinions of Tyndale or the Tyndale Leadership. This content is intended for current Tyndale community members already on campus and has been collected for fun. No trees have been harmed in the hanging of my hammocks.