I've used mylar space blankets and they don't stay put like my sleeping bag
I lay on if need be. Do you have any suggestions for making them stay put?
Ryan Alward wrote:
> The hammocks are pretty amazing. I purchased one of those large reflective fold up winshield covers for a truck. I unfold it and lay on that. I am 6' tall and it is enough to be under my feet, butt and back. A space blanket would work just fine. I have also used the bubble wrap that has reflective material on both sides, it is used for hot water heater insulation. I think the truck visor is the best, it is light weight and I don't feel like it will rip as a spaceblanket may.
> so you don't need a 'pad' just something to reflect your heat back to you.
> I have a 20 deg down bag. Without the reflector I am golden to about 35-40 degrees, with it, I am fine all the way down to 20 deg.
> Hennesy also has a false bottom that you can get and you can use clothes, leaves or pine needles as insulation, I don't have that and haven't used it, but I like the concept.
> Take it easy,
> - Ryan