Friday night the wind blew all night and temps dropped from 60 in the afternoon to somewhere in mid 30's near daylight is my best guess. No UQ. Cold spots were along the edges of the BA pad. Tried to compensate using my fleece jacket and pants along the sides to break up the direct contact with the hammock sides. Also found that the air core pad deflated some due to the temp change. Something I forgot would happen as the temperature got colder. I don't inflate it fully as I want it to conform to the curvature in the hammock. Sticks in place a little better if it bends some. Still it was not "too" uncomfortable. Definitely need the UQ and/or probably some side padding to get better insulation. Otherwise the other nights in the mid 40s were great.
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