I hung last night which was the third night since Jan 1. The low was 20 F. The temperature started out around 25 F around 11 PM. I was very comfortable when I went to sleep.
I woke up around 5 A.M. and my back felt cold. It was not extremely cold just cold enough to keep me from going back to sleep. Later in the day, I got someone to look with me in the hammock and there was a gap at the foot end between the uq and hammock.
I could easily check the placement of the uq on my left side by unzipping the hammock. I couldn't check the right side very easily. I tried reaching over the top of the ridgeline, but this was difficult. Does anyone have a suggestion for adjusting and making sure the quilt is right to prevent air gaps?
HH Hex Tarp
30 F Coleman Sleeping Bag used as TQ
1/2 inch ccf pad under feet only
pillow - rolled up sweatshirt
Carhartt cold weather wool socks
Carhartt lightweight base layer - bottoms
Zyflex polyester top
fleece gloves (only wore part of night)
knit hat covering ears (only wore part of night)
pulled sleeping bag over my head most of night