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go to home depot and get a 4x8 foam insulation board you can cut it to fit the bed of your truck and can remove it and store it until you need it again i think they start at around $20.00 to high end $35.00 also a little buddy heater will warm the rest of your sleeping area most people that's into rv camping use the same thing i will be setting my truck ...


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The Sleeping bag is rated at 5 C comfort and 0 C Limit. I suggest that you find out how that rating was arrived at. The temperature limits may assume that the sleeper already wears some (even thermal) underwear/sleeping clothes, and is inside a tent. Others have already suggested that a liner is a good idea anyways which also adds some insulation. On the ...


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If you want to do some camping with a limited budget, you can start by looking at what gear you can avoid buying. Options includes: Renting Borrowing (from friends, family, or a local hiking club) Using whatever you already have. In nicer weather, a fleece or a wool blanket is enough to sleep under In non-mosquito times, any sort of tarp can make a ...


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A very useful (and not expensive) way to adjust a sleeping bag's insulation is a liner. This also reduces the need to wash the sleeping bag, prolonging its life. With access to even a basic sewing machine, liners are easy enough to make, if it's easier to get the fabric than a ready-made liner. There are several types: The cheapest liners are thin ...


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Assuming you are always going to carry extra warm, dry clothing to use around camp, when temperatures will usually be cooler and you'll not be generating any of your own heat, then yes, you can use those same warm, dry clothes to keep you warmer in the sleeping bag. If you take off that warm, dry clothing and then get into a thin or light-weight sleeping bag,...


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