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Re: poncho backup, flapping - rosaleen

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  • chcoa
    Okay, I see what you mean now. I was invisioning a much more sturdy type of poncho. I guess the added weight would be doable then. jamie in az ... ones.
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      Okay, I see what you mean now. I was invisioning a much more sturdy
      type of poncho. I guess the added weight would be doable then.

      jamie in az

      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, rosaleen43@a... wrote:
      > Jamie-
      >
      > The second poncho that I mentioned is one of those "disposable"
      ones. They
      > come in a package that is about 1/2 the size of my fist and weigh
      next to
      > nothing. I used one last summer in Yellowstone for around the
      campsite. It sounds
      > goofy, but during those intervals, I was trying to keep my Frogg
      Toggs dry.
      > That was because it was cold enough at night that I needed the
      Frogg Toggs as
      > an extra layer for sleeping. I didn't want to get my sleeping
      quilt, pad, or
      > the interior of my hammock wet. It also was convenient to keep the
      disposable
      > poncho in a fanny pack in case it rained as we were sightseeing. I
      would
      > prefer not hiking in a disposable poncho as they have little option
      for venting
      > and would be very easy to snag.
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