EDIT: LTR Sierra Designs Cirque--Wheiler
Just a few edits other than what you mentioned and you're good to go.
comment: At the beginning you have:
"Click Here To Go To The Initial Report: March 21, 2007
Click Here To Go To The Field Report: May 25, 2007
Long Term Report: July 31, 2007"
It's not a biggie, but I like the look of theings better when it's
--- In email@example.com
, "Michael Wheiler"
> Despite rapidly warming temperatures, I used the Cirque five more
times. I used the Cirque on April 20, 2007 April 20, 2007
edit: Double dating now?? ;)
> I next used the Exped on May 4-5, 2007 at the Grand Teton Council
edit: Exped? It looks like you forgot to switch gear on a cut-and
> On June 8-9, 2007... I found fairly heavy condensation build up on
the exterior of the tent but none on the inside of the tent.
> Our climbing team arrived at Camp Muir ....
After the sun went down, the temperature outside dipped to near
freezing with estimated overnight temperatures in the upper teens.
edit: metric also, please
Inside the shelter, the temperature remained pretty constant all
night at 52º F/29º C.
edit: 52 F=11 C. It looks like you used the temperature difference
> Again, when I retired, due to the temperature and all the food I
ate, I only wore light cotton underwear (top and bottom). I "slept"
(using the term extremely loosely¹)
comment: I have to scroll a long way down to reach your footnote, if
you can work the footnote into the main text it would probably read
better. Something like (using the term extremely loosely, since the
snoring and outhouse trips of others in the shelter kept waking me
up) would get the idea across that your lack of sleep was due to
people and not lack of warmth.
I left the Cirque in the compressoin sack until I arrived back home
Venting was easy to accomplish through the zipper and the Pad Locks
kept the bag securly attached to my sleeping pad.