Last weekend, Kman and I camped out at Palo Duro Canyon State Park, 22 miles south of Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle. On the way, we stopped off for a couple of hours at Caprock Canyons State Park, near the little town of Quitaque (the locals pronounce it "Kitty-Kway". The weather was wonderful, though Saturday night got a wee bit nippy. Even Kman, the human heater, wanted to spoon a little. His butt was like snuggling up to a hunk of concrete. That's what get when you camp out and sleep in nothing but your cotton "drawers" (and pronounced Texan style, it rhymes with roars).
I was prepared a little better, sleeping in my winter flannel pj's. We had a nice down comforter on top with another wool blanket, but the air mattress we thought was so smart to bring sucked up all the cold damp air from the ground and was less than ideal underneath. Been a while since either of us had camped in cooler weather, but now we have a plan on any future trips for better bedding technique.