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Another Overnight in the UltraLight Backpacking Hot Tent and Hammock Hot Shelter

Compared to traditional Hot Tent Winter Camping and Wood Stove. This was an overnight to enjoy the UltraLight Backpacking Hot Tent and Hammock Hot Shelter, using the Titanium Wood Stove from Seek Outside, after all the previous test setups. Slept directly on the snow using an Exped Downmat 7 LW - it was completely warm and comfortable. Rehydrated some Triple Berry Granola and Mac n Cheese. Cooper Backpacking Cocker Spaniel.

Another Overnight in the UltraLight Backpacking Hot Tent and Hammock Hot Shelter
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