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13575Re: [Hammock Camping] upper 60s

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  • Coy
    Apr 25, 2006
      ther's no such thing as too much on the underneath side...well
      except for the totin part. at home you dont change your mattress
      from summer to winter.

      Coy Boy


      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, "Scott Schroeder"
      <schrochem@...> wrote:
      >
      > On 4/25/06, Rick <ra1@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Choices:
      > >
      > > double bottomed hammock (insulation between layers is not nearly
      the
      > > bother it is when it is in a hammock with me)
      >
      > I like the sound of that one. Although it would be difficult with
      the
      > hennessy (I think). I tried to go to your site Rick, but it's
      > currently down. Did you have instructions on the double hammock? I
      > don't recall seeing it.
      >
      > <Insulated hammock (see WarmHammock on my www.imrisk.com site or a
      <google
      > <search)
      > <Or a pod around the hammock - Ed's Peapod or my TravelPod. (You
      can buy
      > <Ed's, you have to make mine.)
      > <Other choices are using the Garlington Taco, or the commercial
      > <underinsulation products from Jack's or Hennissey.
      >
      > I know of all that but wouldn't that be a bit warm for the upper
      60s?
      > I like the idea of sliding the 1/8" between two layers.
      > Thanks
      > Scott
      >
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