So I am excited, I am posting my frist trip report. I actually had a camera with me bc my Fiance went. So we got to rickets glen late Friday night. It was late when we set up camp. My fiance really wanted me to sleep with her in this
because I love her so much much I agreed. I curled up on the nice comfy comcrete next to her and drifted off to sleep. Tossing and turning all night long I finally awoke at 6am and told her I was going to take Stella for her morning walk. I walked Stella got back to camp and the only thing to do well set up the Hammock. Setting up my WBBB with Winter Burrow, Winter Ptarmigan and BWWD I knew I would be able to catch a few more zzzzz before It started getting to hot. I was still in the process of seeing how warm would be to warm for my winter set up so I know what I would need for the warm months. I found that I am comfortable between 0-35 degrees with my winter ptarmigan and winter burrow which prompted me to order a summer set of quilts from Stormcrow.
Drifted off to sleep and awoke to my fiance standing over me complaining about her neck hurting which is when I got out of my BB, got her into it and started to sell her on it which I think I did. After a buggy breakfeast (thats what you get for being the nearist campsite to the lake) we started our hike. The hike took up most of the day. The weather was perfect and the waterfalls were beatiful. We all enjoyed the hike and upon returning to camp I broke the bad news to my fiance that if she dident sleep in the BB then I was becaue I saw no reason for both of use to sleep on the concrete tent pad again. She told me I could and we could talk about getting her a hammock when we got home. The winter quilts were WAY over kill for this weather and I dident even use my TQ because my UQ was so warm. The night temps probally stayed around 40 or so. Woke up sunday went for an 2 hr hike packed up and shipped home. It was a great trip and if nothing else it confirmed that I will never sleep in a tent again (ok well probally not never but as little as possible.)
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Happy Hanging and Hikeing