I may have to go back to using a sleeping bag!
Anyone else having trouble sleeping on your side in a hammock?
When I started camping in hammocks I uses a Big Agnus sleeping bag and pad. I did OK.
Then I began investing in better gear and ended up with two top quilts and two under quilts of the finest quality.
Then, as the story unfolds, I realized why I snore in a hammock and do not on the ground or at home...it's sleeping on my back.
Now I can get comfortable on my side in a wide hammock, but I cannot get the over quilts to behave in cold weather. I barely get them to keep out drafts while laying like a mummy in my Blackbird.
I was just out two nights ago with some friends and they said I snored loudly all night and I wake myself up while trying to doze off because I use a CPAP machine at home and cannot get that to work in the woods, so I am either going to have to go back to a tent and pad, or perhaps a very wide hammock like my stretch side and use the under quilts but sleep in a sleeping bag so I can get on my side.