Re: First night in the Mosquito Traveler (Byers)
- North of Zolfo.. we paddled from Fort Meade to Zolfo. Low water and
lots of kayak dragging the first day - absolutely glorious on the
Thanks to Dan (Smith?) for leading me to some very reasonably priced
and lightweight poles I can use for the tarp.
--- In email@example.com, "teblum" <teblum@...> wrote:
> I'm glad your trip went well. Where did you camp? South of Zolfo
> I noticed that the morning stiffness is much improved when hanging.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sandy Kramer" <sandykayak@>
> > I used my camping hammock (Byer's Mosquito Traveller) for the
> > time last weekend. IT WAS THE BEST NIGHT'S SLEEP I HAVE HAD IN
> > I suffer from arthritis and am usually in agony when I get up,
> > in the hammock. Temp went to the low 50s (cold for us
> > I was glad to have 6 panels of the Z-rest - could feel the
> > Fortunately, I didn't need to get up in the middle of the night,
> > was wearing my Feathered Friends Rock Wren sleeping bag, so it
> > have been that bad.
> > Only problem I had was when I tried to turn and the pad didn't
> > with me.
> > I need to learn how to do those knots!!
> > sandy in miami