And let me tell you, sitting in the hammock by the fire is the best camp chair there is after a day of 5,000 feet of elevation gain.
I'm a big fan of a hammock. I'm more of a backpacker than a bushcrafter, and I like to get a goods night rest after a long day. Lately though I have to admit I'm getting back into ground sleeping after buying a Nemo Tensor. It's nice to be able to stretch out after a long day too.
These are pictures from my last shooting competition. We used a 10x10 tarp in a plow point, individual bivys, air pads, and we had plenty of room for us and all our gear under that tarp.
FYI, I used the 5 minute tarp shelter knots from Canterbury's basic class to set this up. I use the bowline, truckers hitch, and half hitch on just about everything I do anymore.