there ya go dk.
i had it over the srl at first, but the second time i did it (i took it down to use it as a normal blanket to compare, then quickly put it back up...) i hung it under the srl. reasoning was it caused the middle to droop some, which matched the droop of the hammock and gave me (i felt) a little more side coverage.
That's more like a labrador I think. :lol:
Originally Posted by dkperdue
She is Haley the Wonder Dog.
(Always wondering when she will catch one of the evil squirrels!)
Been doing this for a while too. Since it's rectangular, I tie opposing corners to the ends of my hammock over the ridgeline, then tuck the asym corners between my hammock and UQ. Would say this gives me an easy extra 10degrees of warmth.
I spent 12 days in my eno DN, with my new Jarbridge UQ, sleeping bag, and this PL trick. Averaged 34-38 degrees each night and I was toasty warm. Can really feel the difference it made. Thanks!