Solo Winter Backcountry Camping & Campfire Cooking



During a snowy, windy, and cold January weekend I spend the night in the wilderness of Alberta, Canada.

I locate my camp in an area that is thick with willow shrubs and evergreen trees to help block the wind. Setting up an open tarp-shelter allows me to keep a fire going all night which aids in keeping me warm. I cook up a garlic butter shrimp fried rice dish for supper, then finish with a mini apple cobbler dessert.
I sleep peacefully next to my fire, and under two wool blankets stay pleasantly warm.
In the morning I cook a bacon and egg baked potato for breakfast before packing up my camp and returning home.

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