kilg0retr0ut, I have to agree with DJ on this. Be aware that the size of bedsheets is different from twin--usually 36"W x 80"L x 9"D. I also recommend using polyester fleece blankets for lightweight warmth (Campmor is good source) or inexpensive rectangular sleeping bag that can be unzipped to make bed cover. Gets cold in your neck of the woods, and lightweight warmth is easier on neuropathic legs.
Post by kilg0retr0ut on Aug 10, 2015 8:54:34 GMT -8
Thanks Wavewolf, I'd would have had no clue why my sheets didn't fit. I would have spent much time trying to make them fit. I have a polyester poncho liner (woobie) that will work. I have a military cold weather bag during the winter, I pretty much unzip it and it works Ok ,but it a mummy bag so it doesn't really zip all the way out. The zipper pulls are pretty heavy duty, and have caught myself on them at times. Not near as much weight as a regular blanket though. The rectangular bags would work much better. Thanks again for the heads-up Wavewolf