Hanging and sleeping nets appeared on sailing boats. In them a man can lie or sleep. Today, they are often used by hikers, hikers and soldiers while they are in the woods. They are particularly useful in wetlands where the soil is wet, or in deserts where there are lots of scorpions and snake.
The problem is that the mesh network has to have two points between which it will be crucified. Where there is no tree, it is necessary to make the base on which the net can hang.
The base can be made with 4 small folding rods that can be lightly stretched. These sticks look like folding rods for fishing on the fish. They must be strong enough to withstand at least 200 kilograms.
The assembly is very simple.
Three stretched rods are placed vertically in the form of a pyramid.
One stick hangs at the ends of the pyramid.
At the ends of this horizontal rod, the lining net is connected.
That way, no animals can come to a man in the net.
A lightweight canopy for rain protection can be laid across the entire structure.
The construction can be easily and quickly disassembled and packed in a bag.