Wow. WFR and I traveled to Pisgah National Forest and met up with Hanging Burrito, Running Feather, Darby, Hickery, Nooner, and Screaming Eagle for a weekend hang. My setup included a WBBB dbl 1.7, Superfly with doors on, my newly purchased Winter Incubator, 3-Season Burrow, and a poncho liner for a Top Cover. Slept in LL Bean mid-weight thermals.
Friday night low was 27* and clear skies. Slept like a champ with exception to the 3:00 am "gotta go" expedition. With both quilts, I found myself venting on occassion, this combo is very warm for me and I am a warm sleeper. My main concern was my feet which typically get cold for about 2 hours then they warm up. No issues with cold feet at all
Saturday evening, low near 25* with sleet & snow coming in the morning hours. For those that know Hanging Burrito well enough, he didn't fail. He tempted Mother Nature once again and the dusting to slight accumulation of snow we were expecting turned into 5 inches by 6:00 am. Again, found myself needing to vent.
The combo of the Winter Incubator and the 3-Season Burrow is a fantastic pair for me. Knowing the comfort range I have in those temps with both quilts and the rest of my gear, I really think I can push it to 0* with no problems.
Thanks StormCrow & Throwren for great quilts that produce better than expected!
ps . . . If I can get hold of some pics from the trip, I'll post them here. I'm bad about taking pics and rely on others to usually do that for me.