RE: [Hammock Camping] Waiting with bated breath!
- Quoting Ed Speer <info@...>:
> What are you using for insulation in the TravelPod Rick? ...EdOver: down quilt made from 12 oz of down
Under: 8 oz pack with heavy duty plastic bag inside
The night before, I was even warmer when I added my 10x10 foot silnylon tarp.
It tends to expand a lot when it is outside of a stuff sack and breaks up the
space into different chambers that each have their own convection cells. That
is the sort of insulation I will be using for the very cold experiments.
On Friday, I will see what happens when heavy snow comes down without a tarp.
The top of the hammock will be sealed by the TravelPod and may allow the snow
just to fall off. What I don't know is if the surface will get warm enough to
allow the snow to stick.
MessageBest of luck Steve--let us know how it goes this weekend...Ed-----Original Message-------- In email@example.com, "Ed Speer" <info@s...> wrote:
From: Steve [mailto:sjoiner@...]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Hammock Camping] Waiting with bated breath!
> OK Rick, just because you asked so nice--the Dec issue has just
> online at: http://www.hammockcamping.com/Newsletters/Dec2003.htm
> feature article is about the PeaPod!
Thanks, Ed! You've inspired me! I've been toying with the idea of
getting out this weekend. Yesterday, forecast (Maryland) called for
freezing rain on Sat, snow flurries on Sun - didn't sound like too
much fun. Now they're saying rain on Fri, with snow flurries on Sat
and Sun - sounds like more fun! I've been wanting to try out
something like the Garlington Insulator - sounds like the
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