|Frozen rain on the tyvek.|
|Shelter somebody built and looks to have done a pretty smart job! There were only a few wet spots inside.|
I gathered laundry, did dishes, got out hummus and chips for lunch, stowed the fabric I’d bought along with some other things I’d bought and wasn’t using. Jeremiah finally called the body shop and got an appointment for 3:30pm. We left for Missoula around 1:30pm.
|This guy made me think of you, Jake. :) Best of luck to you tomorrow!|
We got back to camp around 9 after listening to The Hobbit on the way back. It was quite cold and we all sat in the car while Jeremiah finished altering the oven dome, listening to The Hobbit, and catching up on trip notes. Jeremiah offered to make dinner so I could rest and he could mess with his cooking apparatus to his heart’s content. I got pretty tired, so I stashed my plate and spork under my cot, took out my contacts, and burrowed in. There was already a good layer of frost on the tent, so I had put all my cold weather gear on: thermals, pants, snow pants; wool base layer, fleece, down vest, down coat; two pair of wool socks, two wool hats, scarf, and wool gloves. It did it’s job.