Re: [Hammock Camping] Hard lesson learned, plus some questions
- Ya, TV, if you could have survived Saturday night, you could survive
just about any cold weather we get anywhere near here. I'm sure it
will go better next time.
I made it down to 34 degrees on a clear night with no tarp, so I feel
good-to-go on cold, but to me the big test will be rain. As in, can
I stay dry and happy under the tarp.
Bill in Houston
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Thomas Vickers"
> Thanks for the info.well over
> Keeping broadside to the wind now makes sense.
> It made for a loud night. those gusts (according to the news, some
> 30 mph) made things a bit noisy.hammock
> Getting the fly up was the easy part. Once i got it clipped to the
> cords, it went down easy. Of course I keep knots/loops in the guylines so I
> can get them over the stakes quickly.stuff.
> The hammock turned sideways and acted like a parachute though. Ugly
> I am very excited about this happening in the backyard instead of
> trail.into the
> Not to mention the wind kept up all night and the temps dropped
> high 20's.undercover was at
> I got COLD and got to go inside.
> Of course the most maddening part of it all was that my HH
> the freakin post office waiting to be picked up. I spend all weekwaiting on
> it and the one day the wife wants to go to the movies (Sat) thething shows
> up, but needs a signature, so back to the PO it goes. NEVER leavethe house
> when you are expecting mail ;)survival blanket
> I really wanted to test out the undercover, underpad, and a
> with my new sleeping bag. The weather was great for it.whole
> Hopefully the weather will hold till Friday. That way I can put my
> system to test. If it sleeps well in the low 30's and high 20'sthen I am a
> complete hammock convert.