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How to Stay Dry, Warm, and Safe While Sleeping in the Woods

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The flat spot near the stream seemed like an excellent location to pitch your tent until the monster-midnight-storm hit. Now, the temperature is dropping, the ground is freezing, and your sleeping bag is soaked. Suddenly, you realize there’s a critter in your tent, and it’s chewing your gear to pieces. You thrash about like a fish-out-of-water trying to locate the little menace. In the process you uncover a snake coiled up at the foot of your bag. Oh, snap! Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse, you hear heavy panting outside your tent. The solution to these problems is to think up. Higher. Off the ground. Sleeping in an elevated tent or hammock, far away from potential hazards.
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