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    At those temps I usually have a foam sit pad for my camp chair and a foam foot pad so my feet don't get as cold sitting in camp. I then take those into hammock to block any cold spots. Heat packs for feet, if you want to experiment with that as well.

    Yep, make sure that water bottle is tight before putting into hammock !!! Can't emphasize that enough!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    4791 feet, at that latitude, not surprised in the teens. Saw some rain/snow in the forecast also. Have they got trees for hammock hanging?

    Hot water bottle is an major help, as long as there is no chance of spilling!
    Yep, as a matter of fact, my first ever hang was here last spring. I'll be in the campground (need that fire ring!) lots of trees there
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    Last edited by optimator; 11-26-2009 at 16:45.
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