Friday night was spent first running around, then hibernating. Saturday was spent at the library, so as to use someone else’s heat and electricity for the day.
Saturday night found me retreating ever further into my sleeping bag. I found myself curled up somewhere in the middle of it.
I still turned my face to face the opening of the bag so as to ensure that I could still get fresh air, yet not stick my face out in the sub -20C temperatures of the trailer.
This changed Sunday morning when finally the cold snap lifted and manageable temperatures returned. This meant that no longer needed to hibernate.
I was even able to run my furnace and get the temperature above zero, by noon I could push things to a balmy 10C. I was even able to keep this up until I went to bed.
I spent a lot of time wiping things down as the frost that covered most surfaces of the insides of the trailer melted.
Such is life, but I am just happy that I was able to defrost my trailer and even use my deadbolt lock again. For the past few weeks it has been immobilized by frost in the open position.
This meant piling things up in front of the door, so as to ensure that if anyone tried to enter, they would make noise and wake me.
That is all changed now, for the foreseeable future at least. I should be able to keep my trailer above zero, for the foreseeable future.
I am still looking forward to my Christmas Break in Banff that is set to commence this Friday afternoon.
I will do whatever shopping and running around that I have to do Thursday night (which is payday) so I can just run to the hills, as soon as I get off of work Friday.
As always: Keep your head up your attitude positive and keep moving forward!