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    Member AduroNox's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    Stevenson Ranch, CA
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    Wool poncho & bag

    Wool inside the sleeping bag

    So here's how it went down: I put my wool poncho--which I usually fold and put between my sleeping bag and my hammock--inside my sleeping bag. The clever bit: with the wool inside the bag, I needn't worry about it slipping to the side or having the toe end fall off the hammock.

    Kept me nice and warm, and seems significantly easier than a lot of alternatives I've seen.

    Just thought I'd share.

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    I love wool. When it is really cold, I really enjoy a wool blanket around me, in my chair, in my bed, it just follows me everywhere. Good choiice.
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