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    GrizzlyAdams's Avatar
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    only thing I can add to what has already been said is that in the upper 60s - lower 70s range of temps, a bit of a breeze can still cool you down. I pop up
    something to cut the breeze, a NeetSheet works well.

    a couple of nights out and you'll know whether you need under-cover at those temps.
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    Welcome to HF. I have three small dogs and sometimes they lay still, but they tend to bark at any noise which is a shock to wake up to when in a nice deep sleep. LOL...
    They will definitely let me know if anything is around, even if it's only a field mouse.
    So, most times I don't let them sleep with me.
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    Welcome to HF. I have three small dogs and sometimes they lay still, but they tend to bark at any noise which is a shock to wake up to when in a nice deep sleep. LOL...
    They will definitely let me know if anything is around, even if it's only a field mouse.
    So, most times I don't let them sleep with me.

    Where do they sleep when they are not with you?

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    Hammocks aren't colder, they just require a different approach to being warm...a more sophisticated paradigm.
    Dave

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    Send a PM to SandyKayak. She always sleeps in her hammock with two small dogs.
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