14973Re: HH fly undercover link
- Jul 31, 2006Seems like lots of ideas floating around here. I just have a simple question about warmth.
I live in Colorado where it frequently gets down to 30F at night. I tried my Big Agnes with
CCF in the hammock and it DID suck, especially after sleeping without it. Does anyone
have a simple idea for a warm sleeper that would work with my 30F down bag that would
keep my warm to about 30F. I really don't want to invest the time and money into anything
undercover-ish but would rather just have something inside. Does anyone know of a good
down underquilt that would accomadate my need for simplicity? Lots of great ideas in here
but i need and quick fix and don't have much time for experimentation. THANKS! Any
ideas are welcome.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Keith" <pulse_0ptional@...> wrote:
> Jeff- I just bought a CCF pad from Walmart to make a freezer bag cozy
> out of. I think I've got enough left to make a two-section pad to go
> under my hammock. Think that'd work with the fly/undercover idea?
> Also, I've been using a cheap fleece sleeping bag on the last couple
> of trips I've taken. I was thinking, I could use the bag, or maybe
> even just half of it, to add some comfort to an underpad? Maybe some
> extra insulation, too? Thoughts?
> --- In email@example.com, "Jeff" <jwj32542@> wrote:
> > I don't think I ever posted that I restored the link to the .pdf with
> > instructions for turning the HH fly into an undercover. Here it is
> > if'n yer innerstid.
> > http://www.tothewoods.net/ImagesStayWarm/HH_UnderflyProject.pdf
> > Jeff
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