• sally

    I remember my first winter camping over over 50 years ago.At the time we lived in Toledo and drove up to Irish Hills, the wind was blowing like crazy and we found a little cement wall and we put our tent next to it to help stop the wind. All we had was a little pup style tent and it was snowing so hard but we got everything set up and made our bed in it.We fell asleep listening to the winds howling in the pines. What a night I fell asleep right away but about 3 am my husband woke my up and he was cold so we made a mad dash to the car and he had made a thermos of coffee the night before. As I look back thats the one thing I do when camping now is always have a thermos of coffee ready for the morning because in the morning your usually cold. What a memory!

    December 29, 2016
    • Brian

      Sounds like quite an adventure, thanks for sharing!

      January 03, 2017
  • jerry

    “badass” was right the first time

    December 30, 2016
  • Dad

    I think you made a good decision to sleep on the ground (with insulation, of course). In the winter, there is a lot of cold air moving under the hammock (or cot or lounge chair) that will rob body heat and make a night miserable. I hope to read of further winter exploits. Don’t let Jason lead you too far astray! Great photos; I enjoyed them!

    January 07, 2017

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