Per weather.com, I'm in for some not-so-warm-and-toasty camp fire moments this weekend...that is, of course, if I decide to go.
Is getting out in the great outdoors really worth being wet, cold and miserable? I don't think people intentionally go camping in the snow - unless you are Bear Grylls (and have no choice) or live in Alaska or the Antarctic or some other wintry, icy, snowy geographical location.
The only upside to camping in freezing temperatures would be that I could catch cold, get incredibly sick and then be able to legitimately take a sick day on Monday.
Prefers staying dry but willing to try anything once to at least say "I tried!"