I think that cat had never been outdoors, previously, in his life. He was obviously well cared for.
That photo was his first day.
I brushed him and got this photo. He is huge, a really big house cat.
I also got a full face photo. I used both photos for broadsides for the Post Office and restaurant.
By the time he left me, he had put on more weight. I had felt he had lost some weight in the extreme cold and fright of being outdoors and friendless. He could stand a little more weight.
He did seem to understand he needed to be with a man who had hearing loss.
I already ordered my Starlyte.
Since freezing weather is forecast, you definitely should do something indoors -- unless you want to do a video on melting snow. How about three trials comparison boil times of all your model stoves outside in freezing weather?
I'll be burning wood every day.
That's what campgrounds are for
I'll be looking for some cedar trees to hang my hammocks to see which I like best. Got to consider taking my newly accuired canoe purchased at a garage sale last fall. The campground has a small lake.
RR, I'll scope out the facilities to see if I can bring in my commercial machine. They have some interesting looking storage facilities for RV's that look big enough to make a work shop in http://www.lehmanrv.com/