Hey guys, so I've been preparing the past few months to go on a pretty major hike this coming Thursday--Ansel Adams Wilderness, just outside Yosemite via the John Muir Trail. I had planned on showing off my Ridgerunner and Cloudburst combo (which I still hope to do), but much of where my friends and I are going will be above treeline Therefore, there will be at least one or two nights where I'll have to go to ground. The thing is, I've gotten great at setting up the RR and Cloudburst...that is, when trees are abundant. However, I have been scouring photos of the area including Ediza Lake, and there appear to be very few trees at all. Now according to Warbonnet, the RR can be used as a bivy. Does anyone have any tips, advice, photos, suggestions on the best way to go about this? And how would one go about rigging the Cloudburst to accommodate this? I'd like to practice before looking like a putz in the wild. Thanks in advance!