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By:    On: 2015-01-28
 

Snow Camping with Boy Scouts

The most important part in snow camping is building the fire in a hole dug in the snow. Initially one has to make sure the fire has caught on to the small sticks. The hardest part is keeping the fire burning. To build the fire twigs have to be added before the big barks. To put out the fire, snow is just shoved on it.

Sled Dogs were camping at a park off the local canyon. It’s a safe camp site with a car park less than a mile away. Apt if there are kids in the group. Lucky if you have a dog to pull your sledge!


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