I'm in the Alaskan interior for the winter, and I intend to take advantage of this by learning how to be safe and comfortable while winter camping in a wide range of conditions. I know some of y'all are already experts at this, and I'm hoping you'll help me out as I have questions. I've had trouble finding information on the internet. When I search for answers to my questions, I find info about how to camp in 30 degree weather. I want to know how to camp in temps 60 degrees colder than that, -30 degrees. Other info is geared towards those who have access to tons of money and fancy resources, or can hire a guide. I'm willing to save up and spend money when needed, but I also know there's no substitute for learned skills. I intend to track down, discover, stumble upon, shiver, and sweat until I've learned what I want to know. And then I plan to share that knowledge with the world, because I want other young, poor, diverse, rural people to have the chance to get out there, too. Starting tonight, I will be camping out at least one night each week, and sharing what I learn on my blog. Pictures and thoughts will be posted tomorrow!