So being born and raised in New England, I was always under the impression that Georgia was in the south, thus warm. How wrong I was. The past two nights have been about 30 degrees F and 10 degrees F. I have a 20 degree bag SURVIVAL RATING, the comfort rating is 35 degrees. Needless to say, I've been cold. Newest goal: find a new sleeping arrangement (liner, warmer bag, etc).
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Cold.
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A little warmer.
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Toasty?
 


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amp
02/18/2013 1:21pm

Hope you will be toasty today.

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Kathryn J
02/18/2013 1:30pm

Following your adventure and wishing good fortune as well as warming weather!

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Gail
02/18/2013 2:06pm

Bruce & I still laugh about visiting PA in the fall years ago - Bruce froze because he didn't bring warm enuf clothes and kept saying "but we were going south I thought it would be warm." guess I never passed on that story to you

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Francoise
02/18/2013 3:03pm

Wow I would have never thought it'd be that cold in GA!? Hope you have a warmer night. Love the pics.

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Megan Browning
02/19/2013 7:49pm

Put a water bottle filled with hot water in the bottom of your sleeping bag! And sleep with less layers so your body heat can warm up the sleeping bag. You got this, Mary!

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Ruby
02/21/2013 10:37am

The water bottle trick is amazing, put them near your torso, knees and feet. You can do it, think about how warm you'll be when you get to New England!

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M
02/21/2013 12:50pm

In solidarity, Daisy has taken her bone outside to chew in the snow. She is trying to be as rugged as you are.

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