As many of you know, I am new to the hammock camping world. I have been learning SO much on this forum. Like others, I am eager to put into action what I am learning.
I purchased a very rudimentary hammock, suspension system, and tarp with the intent of really only using it during the summer when the nighttime lows will be in the 60s and 70s. My intent is to use my pre-existing CCF for thermal protection if needed.
Now for the problem....
I am chomping at the bit to hang my hammock. I tent camp year round and I have a backpacking trip coming up this weekend. I am considering taking my hammock and setting it up. I will also have my tent set up. My intention is to try to sleep in my hammock and have my tent ready as a bail-out plan.
Is a CCF and mummy sleeping bag (to be used as a TQ) enough to keep the average person warm on a 35 degree night? Is this reasonable or am I setting myself up to fail, and (ultimately) hate hammocking?