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For your listening pleasure, ENO has created a “Happy Hammock Days” playlist on Spotify!  Stream here for an instant mood booster and follow us on Spotify to see what we’re listening to at ENO HQ!
We’re pretty sure that we have the best fans around. David Cline and his friends are musicians and adventurers, known as the group: Argyle. He and his crew traveled near and far to rock climb, scuba, sky dive and yes, even hammock. The “Hammock Song” is an original piece and we’re stoked to be part of the action!
We always thought it was pretty clear that we loved hammocks. Over the years, we’ve received several wedding and engagement photos with ENO hammocks accompanying couples ready to tie the knot. We’re honored to be a part of of your special days and want to take a moment to share some of our favorite snapshots. Got a pic of you and your better half hammocking? Enter it in the photo contest!   Ali Halverson “We found the perfect hammock spot at Olmsted Point, overlooking Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. In addition, this is the moment that Mike, my hiking partner, best friend, and now future husband, proposed! ENO hammocks will always have a special meaning for us.”   Ashley Kaser “My finance, Dan, and I love hammocking. In fact one of our very first dates was biking along the river and finding a spot to spend the afternoon in this very hammock. When it came time to plan our engagement photos we knew we wanted to recreate that special date and couldn’t be happier with the images – people love the hammock! We shot this in early summer, right after everything turned green.”   Brooke Hicks “We love our ENO...
We get lots of photos from ENOpians who love to read in their hammock. It is indeed an ideal reading nook: Relaxing in nature, in a state of weightlessness, getting lost in a good book. We put together a short list of novels our staff has enjoyed, many of their story lines taking place in the setting of nature. What are you reading right now in your hammock?   1. Wild By: Cheryl Strayed At twenty-two, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything. In the wake of her mother’s death, her family scattered and her own marriage was soon destroyed. Four years later, with nothing more to lose, she made the most impulsive decision of her life. With no experience or training, driven only by blind will, she would hike more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to Washington State—and she would do it alone.   2. Into Thin Air By: Jon-Krakauer A bank of clouds was assembling on the not-so-distant horizon, but journalist-mountaineer Jon Krakauer, standing on the summit of Mt. Everest, saw nothing that “suggested that a murderous storm was bearing down.” He was wrong.   3....
Alas, it is Blue Monday. The day that psychologist Cliff Arnall dubbed the most depressing day of the year (although we’re pretty sure Ravens’ and Giants’ fans may argue otherwise!). Asked in 2005 to figure out which day made us weep the most, Arnall plugged away at intricate math formulas before deciding upon the third Monday in January as the culprit. Why you ask? Well, there are a number of reasons… The weather is dull, dreary and just rather drab. New Year’s resolutions are not working out. Christmas credit card bills begin to arrive. Low motivational levels. The “hibernation effect,” when people are lethargic and eat more. Surprisingly – (not so much) – some people question the validity surrounding his hypothesis. Arnall was originally asked to make the discovery by a public relations firm marketing the travel company Sky Travel. The plan was for Arnall to work out which day we were in the biggest mood on, Sky Travel would then advertise it, and we would go ahead and book wonderful summer holidays with them as something to look forward to. Today, in 2012, it has now become “officially” the most depressing day. But hey, if you weren’t told it was...

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