Doug Gentry (dwgentry@NETCOM.COM)
Tue, 31 Oct 1995 14:27:14 -0800
>Date: Tue, 31 Oct 1995 14:25:25 -0800
>From:email@example.com (Doug Gentry)
>We have Thermarest sleeping pads down here, and they work well under a variety
>of conditions. Also any closed cell foam pad (as compared with an open cell
>pad that acts like s sponge) should help. Both are available through camping
>supply stores and catalogs.
>The very best way to keep your feet warm is to wear a hat. When the head is
>cold, the body's natural reaction is to divert blood from the extremities
>(i.e. the toes and fingers) to make sure the brain stays warm.
Doug Gentry <firstname.lastname@example.org> Polaris Consulting
"Strategies in Health Care Information"
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