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    Hammock in CT

    I am planning to bring my Hennessy Explorer with me on my Ct AT section hike. I leave on the 9th of April. I just ordered a GG wide ultralite pad. Hope this will keep me warm! I have been looking at my RayWay quilt, thinking about making it a under quilt! The only problem is its bulk and weight (almost 2 lbs) My other option is to find a Hennessy Super shelter and add the GG pad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeye View Post
    I am planning to bring my Hennessy Explorer with me on my Ct AT section hike. I leave on the 9th of April. I just ordered a GG wide ultralite pad. Hope this will keep me warm! I have been looking at my RayWay quilt, thinking about making it a under quilt! The only problem is its bulk and weight (almost 2 lbs) My other option is to find a Hennessy Super shelter and add the GG pad.
    I think it might be a bit too cold up there for a single pad by itself. JMO.
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