Hammock Camping Re: Oh Boy, Cold Wars II, winding up!
- Never mind the typo, can you say dog fart. Not sure if the heat
would be worth it. But my dog usually makes a bed under my hammock,
and since heat rises a way to trap that heat might be benificial.
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chcoa" <jdeben@h...> wrote:
> Another option for having a head source under you in a cone orskirt
> type enclosure is a dog. I know everyone doesn't have one and I'mour
> not saying go out and get one but for those of us who hike with
> dogs this might be a good solution for several reasons. When Ion
> purchased my HH I pretty much new I would only be able to use it
> trip I took with out my little pup. This leaves me with having togo
> back to tenting when I bring her, yuck! So I have been runningwe
> ideas on how to still be in the hammock, bring her and make sure
> are both comfy, safe and warm. I know she would only be happyvery
> near me so under is a good spot. Making a cone or skirt under theher
> hammock would help with the heat stuff for my underside and give
> a place to lay that is close to me, warm, and out of theelements.
> We'd both be happy, theoretically speaking. This is just an idea
> right now.
> Jamie in az
> --- In email@example.com, Bill Fornshell
> <bfornshell@y...> wrote:
> > Hi, This is all very interesting. If you had an
> > insulated closed cone of some kind below the hammock
> > why couldn't you just activate one of those "Graber
> > MyCoal Mini-Mini Heater" things and put it in the
> > closed cone? They heat for (they say) 7 hours or
> > more. Cost is about $.65 each. Heat up the air under
> > you and stay warm, maybe. I have a new Speer Hammock
> > coming soon and would try the heat pack idea, but I
> > don't expect it will be cold enough here for a test
> > anytime soon. Bill in Texas
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