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Backpack Hot Tenting. Cold Snap. Small Tent Tiny Stove. Part 1.

PART 1. 70’s high with 62 low one day then 5 degree F and -10 wind chill the next. It’s a cold snap! Backpack hot tenting in a cold snap during the margins of the seasons. The twilight of winter. Check out PART 2.

I was happy to hear that you use a pee bottle. When I was in the Air Force back in the 80s we were camping in a GP medium tent in January in Illinois. The temperature was about 16 degrees at night and we were using Arctic mummy sleeping bags with balaclavas. Rather than going out in the cold to pee, I used an empty 2 L soda bottle. You just have to get up on your knees and use your flashlight to make sure you don’t miss it. The amusing thing is that when you are done you have a hot water bottle with you. ( – David Clark from Youtube)

Reminds me of when I was a kid back in the ’50s, warming my back-side against the pot-bellied stove in the old farmhouse. It was so inviting when the winter Michigan wind was howling outside. Hey, thanks for taking me back in time, my friend. ( – William Burr from Youtube )

Hi, walker loves the video so the question I see you’re from or camping in Sherman not sure where that is I’m looking for new places to camp and a new location to film and can you tell me what type of tent that is. ( – Chaos theory from Youtube )

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