Bringing portable heaters

My friend Mick plus I are both obsessed with residing off the land. The two of us used to go hiking in the woods plus pitch our tents for weeks on end. Both of us would hunt, sleep plus just live off the land, then Mick plus I have moved onto having larger adventures. Both of us no longer hike or camp in our home state. The two of us drive out of state or sometimes go to a new country. Both of us will find sites that allow hiking plus camping, then every one of us hang there for a few weeks. The two of us have gotten pretty superb at what every one of us do. Both of us both admit that every one of us handle cold weather better than hot. Both of us have gone to some colder countries before plus made do. If the weather gets honestly too cold, Mick plus I each have a few battery operated furnaces. Both of us share a small tent, push our sleeping bags together, plus use those little oil furnace units to get by at night. During the days, every one of us use fire as a form of heating. Sometimes every one of us like to treat ourselves to staying at an actual campsite. Both of us get showers, toilets plus the lodges tend to come with their own heating equipment. Staying in tepid locations is awful. It is simple to find heating, finding cooling is another monster. There is no portable cooling that does not require having electric. Instead every one of us have to use battery operated fans that are no good. Also, sleep in no clothing in the woods is gross. So Mick plus I have agreed that the vast majority of our trips are in freezing locations where every one of us prefer it the most.