2016 was a great year for H&P. In early May, seeking adventure, I shoehorned the truck up this narrow ravine trail. I had to turn the rearview mirrors in to get between trees.Once I found a suitable bivouac spot, I began the process of splitting out dry fuel from standing dead wood.Having the truck is always great because Mak needn’t wait in the damp cold as I prep for the campfire.It turned wetter and colder but the tarp was in place, fuel wood gathered and the fire lit. Mak was in the truck bed under covers. We were in for a cozy night in a wild place. Here the camera flash picked up swirling mist as night fell.