13575Re: [Hammock Camping] upper 60s
- Apr 25, 2006ther'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.
--- In email@example.com, "Scott Schroeder"
> On 4/25/06, Rick <ra1@...> wrote:
> > Choices:
> > double bottomed hammock (insulation between layers is not nearly
> > bother it is when it is in a hammock with me)the
> I like the sound of that one. Although it would be difficult with
> hennessy (I think). I tried to go to your site Rick, but it's<google
> 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
> <search)can buy
> <Or a pod around the hammock - Ed's Peapod or my TravelPod. (You
> <Ed's, you have to make mine.)60s?
> <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
> I like the idea of sliding the 1/8" between two layers.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>