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Congratulations to Kelsey Angelotta  who is this month’s Photo Contest winner! Kelsey’s majestic shot from the remote Havasupai Indian Reservation wins $215 worth of ENO goodies!!!! “Havasupai meaning “people of the blue-green waters” is the only place in America where mail is still delivered by Pony Express. There are only two ways to access these waterfalls: by a 10 mile hike or a helicopter ride. I opted for the 10 mile hike and a rewarding place I could set up my Eno after this long trek through the desert. The blisters on my feet thanked me. Thank you Eno and thank you for being a part of my journey!” Got a pic YOU think can win?! Enter in our on-going photo contest here. REALLY want to go for the gold? Check out our blog on tips and tricks to get recognized as the monthly winner! Good luck!
Congratulations to Allie Tyner who is this month’s Photo Contest winner! Allie’s backcountry shot from Yosemite National Park wins $215 worth of ENO goodies!!!! “This is near Mirror Lake Trail. Half Dome to the far right and the valley view ahead…does it get more beautiful?” Got a pic YOU think can win?! Enter in our on-going photo contest here. REALLY want to go for the gold? Check out our blog on tips and tricks to get recognized as the monthly winner! Good luck!
Congratulations to Lyle Krannichfeld whose Hawaiian-waterfront photo was picked as this month’s Photo Contest Winner! “This was taken on the island of Lana’i at Hulopoe Bay, which was once voted America’s Best Beach. Our Eno made it even better! The hammock is the PERFECT accessory to take to the beach. This particular one lives half its life in Maui, half in Alaska and is very much loved! Mahalo!” Got a sweet hammock picture you want to share? Enter our photo contest for your chance to WIN too!!! REALLY want to win the photo contest? Check out our blog on tips for taking the ideal hammocking photograph.
Congratulations to Lonnie McKenzie of  Perfect Wave Photography whose trippy tropical photo was picked as this month’s Photo Contest Winner! Lonnie’s lush pic was taken on the shores of a “super secret” beach in Hawaii. He wins $215 worth of ENO goodies of his choosing! Woo! Got a sweet hammock picture you want to share? Enter our photo contest for your chance to WIN too!!! REALLY want to win the photo contest? Check out our blog on tips for taking the ideal hammocking photograph.
We had some GREAT September entries to our monthly photo contest – everything from mountains to beaches to parking lots! It was a tough decision, but congratulations to Tyler Southern who won himself $215 worth of ENO goodies he chose! What a great bounty!   “This shot was taken 6 miles deep in the Eagles Nest Wilderness of Colorado at Upper Cataract Lake. After a long day spent backpacking with 50lb packs, the birthday girl (Kelsie Hutchinson) took a well deserved rest in her Doublenest hammock on the lake’s edge. Strung between a couple of pine trees and at the base of Eagles Nest Peak, there couldn’t have been a better location to take an afternoon nap in the ENO hammock,” said Tyler. We agree sir! Feel inspired? Check out a few of our other September favorites! “Hanging from the Schooner Jolly II Rover. My favorite place in the keys,” said Melissa. “Took me a while to find some trees, but they were there :] Never gave up, trekking with ENO wherever I GO,” said Michael. “Originally the hammock was set up just to take brakes in between climbs. Belaying for your climber can leave you with a nice kink in your neck...
The summer sun is good for lots of things – tanning, hammocking on the beach, and making that garden grow. Here in the ENO offices, we also find that the sun encourages our brain juices to flow! Product development is in the air, and it looks like it’s on the minds of our faithful ENOpians too! In recent weeks we have seen more than a few original and creative ways to use our hammocks! From sailing to skateboarding to simple sun shading, you guys have been busy! Here are a few of our favorites… Grant Cochran uses his ENO as a temporary look out point in the middle of a high energy jeep adventure Matthew Cohen and Ben use their ENO as a little creature comfort while riding a rock gondola through Pennysylvania. Zach Schaarschmidt uses his ENO as a temporary sail on his cattail reed boat. Jared Naegele uses his ENO as a sun shade during a scorching day on the Playa Grande in Costa Rica. And this masterpiece, and maybe our current ENO fave, is Damon Jobin and Matthew Switzer taking their hammocking to the next level in a skateboarding masterpiece… *We do not recommend using our hammocks...
Golly we’ve had some great shots entered so far in this month’s photo contest! So good that we wanted to share some of them (and maybe inspire you to enter a few yourself?!) Sit back and enjoy! If you want to see some more glorious pics from our monthly photo contest or ENO product gallery images, please click HERE! After looking at all the pretty pics, have a go yourself! Just click HERE for rules, tips and entry details! Happy snapping ENOpians!
Bonjourno ENOpians! It’s that time again! The monthly photo contest winner! And boy, oh boy, there were some good snaps to choose from. In the end, we settled on this masterpiece courtesy of Brittany Shepard. “Me and my cousin strung the hammock out in between two boat posts using a kayak and pretty good balance. We wanted to watch the sunset over the water, it was truly beautiful,” said Brittany. Thank you Brittany, and congratulations! Keep those photos coming in for your chance to win FREE ENO gear! Just click HERE to submit! Happy Hammocking!
Hey there ENOpians! The photo contest for this month has some real gems. We wanted to share a few of our favorites so far… Take a look, then grab your camera and get snapping! We want to see you enjoying your ENO hammock! “Hammocking and watching friends slackline at the very popular East Beach in Santa Barbara. This experience was fantastic, we met tons of new people who were very curious about our two favorite activities. There is nothing better than a hammock to relax in on a hot summer evening,” said Carly. We are with you there!   “There was nowhere ideal to hang the hammock, so we got creative and snagged our slapstraps around some knobby rock outcroppings before taking turns napping the day away,” said Haley. Napping IS a good way to relax in that hammock! “The unusual amount of rain we got flooded the tip of St. Claire Point and created a nice and relaxing hammock set up. Scotty Hughes took the photo as the sun was setting just below the trees during the first week of August,” said Mike. Great team work guys! “This picture was taken…during the most impromptu and epic road trip where some friends and I...

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