Dang, I was hoping to promote some discussion and a whole chain on
claims and you jump in with a -29°.
I was also hgoping to sneek out in my backyard one clear night with
overkill foam pads and really impress you Texas, Louisiana, Georgia
folks with a -20°. But I'd have to work to find a -29° spot.
Now how am I gonna make it into Guinniss?
PS did you know if you have num lock on, hold down the alt key and
then 2 4 8 you get a degree symbol ° .
--- In email@example.com, Rick <ra1@i...> wrote:
> Shane Steinkamp wrote:
> >>Outdoor suspended hammock sleeping at that temperature! I am
> >>impressed and did not know. What layers of insulation did
> >>you use?
> >You'll laugh at me...
> I never laugh at someone who sleeps outside in sub zero weather
> lives to describe it. Additional credit given for preserving all
> anatomy in the experience.
> >A closed cell foam pad about 5/8 inch thick, wrapped in thin
> >was then wrapped in two wool blankets. I was toasty warm, but I
> >ALL my clothes on, and a slightly complicated tarp setup...not to
> >the 9 pound arctic sleeping bag. You know...the one that's good
> >That was just over 15 years ago now. I've learned a few things
> >middle. I figure that knowing what I know now I could match that
> >temperature with a lot lighter load. I still have some
experiments to do...
> You should be recommended to Sgt Rock for one of his merit awards
> for that experience.
> I was going to do some experimenting with the 10 F night we are
> to have, but I did not get finished with my new little down
> hammock in time. I went to the high school basket ball game with
> instead of sewing and then pumping down. There will be other cold