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    It's easy down to 50, then it takes a little more gear, like a BBO cover and extra down. Hat, gloves, socks....
    "I'd rather rein in a bull than prod an ***."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnoMan View Post
    It's easy down to 50, then it takes a little more gear, like a BBO cover and extra down. Hat, gloves, socks....
    Oh, you southerners and the cold! A BBO below 50? Heck, I don't even think about getting the BBO out until it is below freezing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    Oh, you southerners and the cold! A BBO below 50? Heck, I don't even think about getting the BBO out until it is below freezing!
    Haha! Yeah, BBO around freezing sounds right. In my mind 50 and above is a no-brainer, and then colder means I need a little more prep so I'll be comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    Just need the proper insulation. I believe the current record is -27F by our very own Shug.

    This is one example of winter camping!

    Shug your a fekin ledgend mate.

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    Didn't Turk (??) get down close to -40F?
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    Born & raised on the high plains of northeastern Montana & southern Alberta, I've been away so long now I'm a wimp - I get cold easy. I'm also getting old.

    So my very first hammock hang was the 2nd Annual Florida Hang at Buck Lake. And if I remember correctly, it got down to around +28F. My hubby took good care of me, and I never did get cold while I was sleeping. I highly recommend it!
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    Cold winter camping - especially in Montana - is fantastic.



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    Dagslab. I bet you boys keep the ear muffs handy.
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