Rigging tarp for cold and wind
Ok, as simply as it seems, I thought I had better ask.
We're taking some scouts camping this weekend and I'll hopefully be in my hammock. We have no snow and the weather forecast is for 14* w/ winds of 15-25 and gusting 35 mph.
Since I don't have snow to help build up the bottom edge, I assume you just have to rig the tarp low enough so you can get the side as low to the ground as possible? I'm using an Old Man Winter tarp. I guess my fear is having to rig everything do low to cut wind that I'll be duck walking to get under the tarp and have to be really careful not to drag my UQ on the ground.
Sound right? Suggestions?