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We put our plants in the gargae before we went camping so they survived. I was too busy to put them in the ground so it pays to procrastinate ;)Our camping trip in Goderich was a bit cold and we had frost on out tent Sunday night, but we survived in our sleeping bags that are good to -7.
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Wow, I didn\'t realise how much land you had. 75 acres is huge .... such a big cngahe. It\'s going to be fantastic once you are in the house and well worth the wait. Am keeping my fingers & toes crossed that you are in there sooner than you hope :)
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I think it is absolutely inlebdirce that JP has an annual birthday camp out!! That is an amazing idea! My birthday always falls during vacation time so I might have to steal the idea for myself :P Great photos :) Rhi xx
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If I commuintcaed I could thank you enough for this, I\'d be lying.
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You did not indicate how cold teumeratpres will drop at night. I sleep overnight at zero degrees quite frequently. A tent retains some body heat. A zero-degree sleeping bag like the Marmot Never Summer, $300, helps retain heat. An insulated heating pad, such as the Big Agnes Dual Core, $110, helps retain heat and separate your body from the frozen ground beneath your tent. Boiling a few liters of water for Nalgene bottles to put inside your sleeping bag helps add heat. Eating a hot meal generates heat. Since three in the morning is usually the coldest temperature of a night, drinking a bottle filled with hot chocolate helps create heat.