It wasn't until I moved up to Minnesota that I started having a real appreciation for winter. But when I saw footage of you crazy folks camping in subzero temperatures, I truly got the desire to try it out for myself. But first, I gotta have the right gear to survive.
I understand how the sleep systems keep you warm overnight, but how do you stay warm outside of your snuggly down underquilts and pods? Did no one suffer from painfully cold fingers or toes being exposed to those temperatures all day? Even digging in the snow to build an awesome igloo?
I would love to see some winter clothing lists from you brave souls.
Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.
Shug's YouTube Videos
Expect to see a huge spike in views on your channel, Shug...
Are we going to be getting a full-blown survival report with the legendary recovered footage?
It's gut-wrenching to hear about a cuben tarp ripped up. That wind up in Section 13 looked pretty brutal in Shug's video! I'm curious to hear how the tarp failed and even more interested to hear what you did to recover from a rough situation.
Your videos are awesome, and I look forward to that future write up!
Wow, Peello! Introduced to hammocks in October, and sporting a nice, tight rig in January at the Frozen Butt Hang!
...you'll be a DIY master by spring, right?
Great to meet you!
"We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately." - Ben Franklin