Originally Posted by BigLazy
Success. The temp dropped to 27 as expected, UQ snugged up with shock cord in the middle to the ridgeline, and a cheap space blanket between the UQ and the hammock. Was warm all night, and had no condensation as far as I could tell (nothing was damp).
Thanks for the tips all. I'm looking forward to the big test at Kia Kima Scout Reserve on the edge of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansaw just after Christmas.
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas.
WhoooHoooo! Now you're cooking with gas(or wood or alky as you prefer)!
Just FYI, WB used to sell what I think is a snap on "space blanket" or something like it for his Yeti UQs. I'm not sure if he still does, but just to show that some smart manufacturers have at least looked at this approach.