If you guys will go spend the night there I'll help carry you out the next morning.@regehr when we going to go spend the night?
If you guys will go spend the night there I'll help carry you out the next morning.
That box is nice and stiff just like the tent would be, as well as your toes.I could test out my new Eureka tent!
I have a book THE SIBERIANS written by FARLEY MOWAT in 1971. "The cold of Yakutia is proverbial-and with reason. The two coldest inhabited places on earth Verkhoyansk and Oimyakon are within it's borders. Although they lie four hundred miles apart ,each has recorded an official low of 90F below zero. Throughout most of Yakutia the inhabitants endure temperatures of minus 70F during January and February. Such fantastic cold does not seem to bother people much. At Oimyakon I was told that small children are permitted to stay home from school when the temperature goes below minus 60F. But the city folk of Yakutsk are evidently of a softer breed ; their younger children can stay home if it is a mere minus 50F."One of the coldest locations on Earth in Siberia is similar...look up Verkhoyansk on your weather app. It's a low valley where the cold air sinks and just sits there in unbelievably cold temps.
It's always entertaining to see how cold it is there in the winter.
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