Same here, other than getting the feeding and stuff done, we have been inside most of the day.. Always fun workin outside in -20 weather. You know it's cold when your eyes start to freeze and so does the snot INSIDE your nose..lolWe are iced in. I had to make an emergency food run yesterday when this started. The wife wanted pumkin pie. Once I got that she was good. Didn't even get out of the PJ's today.
I owned a small towing company (just me) in central Colorado. Working in -20 weather was what you had to do. I'm not sorry I'm back in Texas though.Same here, other than getting the feeding and stuff done, we have been inside most of the day.. Always fun workin outside in -20 weather. You know it's cold when your eyes start to freeze and so does the snot INSIDE your nose..lol
Since you are relatively new to the tundra life, please allow me to make a suggestion. If you do not already have one, get a toque.Nothing like being on a 4 wheeler in 20-30 below.. At least I have some nice goggles and face masks..
Add some silk long johns and you are golden. Gotta admit, my time in the artic made me a fan of fan of silk long handles. You just feel so......pretty, lol.I have a few like that. Not same one but pretty close.. Man they work great.. I also have a few things ordered from Wild Things Gear. We got some high loft jackets and pants, a transport parka and even some booties.. They are supposed to be some of the best stuff on the market for cold weather with Primaloft.. I guess we will see pretty soon!
My commute last night took an hour and a half. Following tire tracks because you can't see in white out and praying the tracks you are following don't belong to some one in a ditch. Lord got me home though.Roads are terrible, almost got in a head on collision on my way to work. So much ice, but I was about to pretty much de-ice everything around my home. We are warm, and safe. The only travelling I have to do is back and forth from work. I have plenty of food.
Just hate the work commute, but its only a 20 minute drive, thank goodness.