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Winter Cabineering - Part 2
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Maia Jordan
(maia) - MLife

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Winter Cabineering - Part 2 on 01/21/2014 14:03:47 MST Print View

Companion forum thread to:

Winter Cabineering - Part 2

Al Ringer
(aringer) - M

Locale: Northern MN
Winter cabineering on 01/22/2014 11:19:14 MST Print View

Enjoyed the article on winter cabineering. One item not mentioned was the ability of different wood stoves to hold a fire overnight. It may be 70-80 degrees in the cabin when heading to bed, but it might be -20 in the morning, depending on type of stove in the cabin and quality of wood one is able to obtain. This could change what type of sleeping bag to bring along.

Hamish Reid
(MrExplorerDouglas) - MLife

Locale: Arthur's Pass National Park
Winter cabineering - seed kettle on 01/22/2014 12:48:18 MST Print View

I like the idea of a seed kettle. I'm in NZ where 'huts' are numerous and used more than tents, but have never used the hut stove in this way. Thanks!

Cody Bartz
(codybartz) - MLife

Locale: Northern Minnesota
good read on 01/25/2014 08:57:22 MST Print View

Thank you for writing this nice article. Just got me excited to find a built structure nearby to Cabineer at.