Nothing like a deep winter camp to test your gear and winter survival skills. It will also give ya a taste of what it was like to live year around out with Nature as they did.
Allen the last horse camp of year Elk hunt
Elk camp Jill says where's the Coffee?
Huckleberry Hot Springs 3 miles in, Snow 4 to 5 feet deep
some of the crew that snowshoed in- Dean, Crazy, Jill, Jim and Allen
Crazy pullin in
Comin out of the Ho Back with the snow coming down sideways
Sometimes the snow doesn't set up and ya got to keep your snow shoes on all night.
headin in to camp two miles in, in the middle of the night
winter camp with the Wyoming Boys
Ken pulling camp in Snake River bottoms
Trappin camp in Utah Bill, Mike, Dave and TJ makin camp
Trappers camp all set up
Cookin Dinner in five feet of snow at 10 above
and fire pit gets deeper and deeper don't let the pot spill, Jill
After one night sometimes the fire pit can get a little deep and it can make it hard to cook breakfast in the morning. Where's the cooking pot, Ya got the fire started yet Jill?
out on a walk about
Winter camp on Emigration Summit ya can see how deep the snow is. I dug the fire pit the first and last time I will do that. To much work and I broke a sweat, bad news for winter doins, I got the chills bad .
Dean down for the night
There is something about a winter landscape
Last night it was 18 below at this camp. It's warmed up all the way to 0 today
Winter camping at it's finest don't ya think