Winter Camping How-To from a Guy that LIVES in a Tent in Michigan. #23

I live in a tent in Michigan year ’round and wish more people would give winter camping a try. Here’s my advise for those considering camping in the snow their first time. I’ll address tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads and other basics of staying warm and safe when sleeping out in the winter.

Because I’ve gotten so many questions about the gear that I use on the channel, here are some of the most important pieces I use every day:

My Favorite Piece of Gear- Chainsaw Helmet
Granberg Chainsaw Mill
How I Keep the Mosquitoes Away!
Big, Black Log-Peeling Knife – Becker BK9
The Trailer I Use Behind My 4 Wheeler- Yutrax
Bug Net Rooms I Use
Heaters in My Tent and the Deer Castle

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