16761RE: [Hammock Camping] dry and warm under the back
- Jan 26 7:07 AMMr. Thomas,
How well does the Tyvek house wrap work for moisture and is it rain proof/resistant as well? It sound like a great idea.
michael thomas <blackoracle69@...> wrote: i live in the deep south were humid is the name of the game. I use a
homemade silk hammock with a double layer as well. On those nights i deem it
nessary to add a wind/warmth layer i use a sheet of tryek house wrap cut to
fit. I have found less problems with trapped moisture ect using this over a
space blanket or a simular product. hope this helps...good luck
>From: "susanjevons" <susanjevons@...>__________________________________________________________
>Subject: [Hammock Camping] dry and warm under the back
>Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 11:04:42 -0000
>I have a double thickness parachute nylon hammock ( home made) with a
>side opening so I can sandwich some under-back insulaion in it. If I
>use the aluminium emergency blanket woulnd't that cause condensation on
>my back ? Anything else I can use instead, which would keep wind out
>and warmth in ? I am new to hammocking anfd enjoying it, and I am also
>totally new to this messageing-thing. Apologies therefore if I have not
>followed protocol !
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