Re: Pardon my ignorance
- very beautiful country therbouts. As for using the bivy inside the
hammcok. my thinking is that it would probably be real hard to get
in and out of. And one advantage of a bivy like Ricks Travel Pod
over just a bivy is the traped air under you. I have a bivy sack
and I cant imagine trying to get in it while in a hammock. hard
enough on flat ground. maybe your bivy has side zippers or
something mine dont.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ghman777" <ghman777@y...>
> Hello Coy, Im in the NC Mtns near Asheville. Im doing alot ofthe
> experimenting. I was thinking I guess of just using a bivy over
> bag inside the hammock. Ive ordered a Volara foam pad I can cutdown
> to size to put between my double layer hammock.meant.
> - In email@example.com, "Coy" <starnescr@y...> wrote:
> > Not used inside the hammock (over a bag) if that is how you
> > Most bivies are just to small to go outside, but if you cansling
> > one around your hammock then yes. Ricks travel pod isesentially a
> > bivy for a hammock. The Pea Pod and new down Pod arnt reallybivys,
> > more like sleeping bags but also surrond the hammock. A bivy ora
> > travel pod around the pea pod/down pod would give more wind
> > protection, trap another layer of air and extend the temp range
> > little more. After awhile you might get lost under allif
> > these "layers" .
> > I dont reconize the addy/ where might be your stomping grounds/
> > you dont mind my asking.<ghman777@y...>
> > Coy Boy
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ghman777"
> > wrote:
> > > but wouldnt a good breathable bivy over the sleeping bag serve
> > > same purpose as something like the Pea Pod?