18570Re: [Hammock Camping] update PeaPod experience
- Jan 5, 2008I did those cold nights with a Super Shelter on bottom, plus some 1/4"
Evazote under the OCF. The Evazote on the head half of the under
section was 4' x 4'. It could use just a little edge trimming. The
foot half was 2' x 4' and overlapped with the top section. I used a
10' WM bag inside the hammock, and not just as a quilt. Yes, where I
lay on the down crushes it, but only directly where I lay on it. Right
beside the pressure points is full volume,and full insulation as well.
Early in the night, on the first night, I had to put an arm out to
keep from sweating. Later on, as it got into the teens, I zipped up
and was roasty-toasty all night long. I had no cold spots, and could
definitely have went colder. The wind whipped pretty hard all night
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