Been a bit busy on the homestead lately getting everything ready for winter. Propane tank is filled up to 80% (below ground tank and they still won't fill above 80% because of expansion). Oil lamps are ready with wicks trimmed and oil stocked, been cleaning out ditches of leaves and sticks and blowing leaves off the drive. Also been getting preps for when we get snow, if it's as bad as last year. I bought a set of snowshoes for $20 including shipping (aluminim construction with bindings) and I'm looking at getting a pair to keep in the truck (maybe a set of French snowshoes $20 plus shipping). I'm swapping out the warm weather GHB for the winter one (it's heavier but it's an internal frame pack, good cold weather bag, foam pad, polypro tops and bottoms, and good wool socks). Plus food heavy in fats and carbs. Rucking in the snow is my worst case scenario, I would much rather just drop the Taco in 4wd and drive on, but just in case I have another means to get home. I'm looking at getting a couple of sleds to use both on the property as well as have in the truck for carrying equipment (yeah equipment, lol). I always have gloves and a balacava in the truck, a poly pro gaiter, and a fleece vest in addition to my Carhart knock off coat. Having been in the Marines and having worked in cold locations, I prefer to stay warm. So have you guys and ladies swapped over yet?