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Sat Jun 16 10:42:09 PDT 2007
Elise Fleming <alysk at ix.netcom.com> wrote: The nighttime temps vary from year to year. Sometimes it remains so hot
and muggy that one sleeps on top of the covers. However, the campground is
near the foothills of the Adirondacks and there have been several times in
the past years where it dips into the 40s or a little lower at night.
alysk at ix.netcom.com
I went last year, didn't have my Gunthar-heater with me, and was a little uncomfortably chilled a couple of nights despite a down comforter and a quilt. It also didn't help that I had no padding between my air mattress and the ropes of my rope bed, which made my mattress pretty chilly. I have since remedied that problem.
Another tip: flannel sheets. They are warm when it's cold and don't get clammy when it's humid.
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