Winter doesn’t have to keep you cooped up inside! I decided to bundle up, grab my camera, a hot tea and hit the local trails. Here are pictures from my excursion and what I brought along!
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Place: Wisconsin, USA
Temperature: 25 degrees Fahrenheit
Distance: 3 miles
To Go Mug: Hydro Flask Vacuum Insulated Coffee Mug
Wildlife Seen: 5 whitetail deer, 2 rabbits, lots of squirrels, many small birds
Camera Body: Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR
Lens: Canon 18-135mm STM Lens
Hat: I got mine at Sierra Trading Post but it is not available anymore. This one is similar:
Burton Gringo Beanie
Neck Gaiter:Chaos Drake Fleece Neck Gaiter
Top Baselayer: Cuddl Duds Softwear Long Sleeve Crew
Insulation Layer:Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Pullover
Bottom Baselayer:Cuddl Duds Warm Layer Ultra-Soft Leggings
Boots: SOREL CVS Boot
To check out my comprehensive guide on how to stay warm in the winter, click here!
It’s easy to let winter get the best of you, but, with the right gear, it is a beautiful time of year! Get involved in an outdoor winter sport, it makes the time go by a lot faster when you are doing an activity you enjoy. My personal favorites are downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and just taking a good hike. Give it a try!
Enjoy these photos from my hike!
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