So the other night I started out in my hammock in the back yard to test my new triangle thingies that hold my underquilt. It got down to 34 degrees. Around 2:30 in the morning I woke up and needed to pee, so went inside and ended up going to sleep in my bed.
When I went back out in the morning to collect my down sleeping bag and down underquilt, they both had frost on them (as did the grass, the roof, etc.). So my questions are:
1.) Why did frost form on my sleeping bag and quilt?
2.) If I had stayed in the hammock all night would my body warmth have kept the frost from forming on them?
I don't want my down bags getting wet from frost, and it wouldn't always be convenient to wait to get on the trail until the frost is melted. I wouldn't want to put wet down in a backpack, you know?