Found a lovely place to hang with a 20 mile view, and just after 9PM the [almost] full moon rose bright orange right off my shoulder. About 30 feet out in front, the ledges/cliff falls away about 60 or 80 feet, so the view out into the night sky was sensational.
Awfully nice for the first night in the hammock.
There was another great spot just a few yards away to set up the FireAnt. Also with a view.
I only ended up using about 20% of the wood that I prepped. That was enough to boil 16 ounces for the meal, and another burn for 8 ounces for a cup of tea. I left the rest neatly piled by the flat rock for next time… Or for somebody else to use.