[QUOTE=KerMegan;379749]I mostly stomach sleep at home, but when in a tent I turn 90 degrees, snooze, turn 90, snooze, snooze, turn again..etc
in the hammock I tend to curl up slightly, and tip just a little to one side or the other, which you cannot do in tent or bed, but the hammock fabric wraps and supports most of the way around, so there is no major pressure point/s as on the ground, I shift mostly to rearrange the feet/leg joints from time to time..
hope that helps some! KM (who is contemplating another backyard nap-will need more covers today than yesterday..)
PS have no clue about edmonton weather, here is 43 currently, was 66*f yesterday..DFW in TX if you were wondering.[/QUOTE
For Edmonton weather just stick your hand in the freezer for an idea.
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