My First Winter Camping Experience
We crossed through a bit of Duncan, to the portage into Moss, which was not so much of a breeze. It was pretty hilly, which is not very easy to do pulling a sled. My calves burned, but I made it to Moss Lake. Moss Lake has some very beautiful rock faces.
We snowshoed to a campsite on Moss Lake and trampled out a spot for our tents.
We then had to take off our snowshoes. The straps froze and were almost impossible to get off, but they came off with the help of a pocket knife used as a chisel. The sunset was very beautiful.
We cooked alpine spaghetti, which is pasta with some cheeses in it, and it tasted great.
I woke up in the middle of the night, and the stars were the brightest I have ever seen. I didn’t even need a flashlight to go to the bathroom.