Saturday, July 22nd | National Hammock Day

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    A hammock, used for swinging, sleeping or resting, is a sling made of fabric, rope or netting, which is suspended between two points such as posts or trees.

    Developed by natives of Central and South America for sleeping.
    Were later used aboard ships by sailors for comfort and to maximize space.
    Early hammocks were woven out of the bark of trees.
    Hammocks are a symbol of summer, leisure, relaxation and simple, easy living.

    HOW TO OBSERVE

    Use your own or borrow a hammock to celebrate. Post on social media using #NationalHammockDay.

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