BC, How Cold Was It?

As we used to say in the Navy.

How cold was it?

Colder than a witches tit.

Colder than pile of Eskimo shit.

Colder than the hair on a polar bears ass.

Colder than the balls on a monkey of brass.

The first three days of the hunt, the temps were about -5 degrees Celsius (23 degrees Fahrenheit).

Coldest measurement – 24 degrees Celsius (-9 degrees Fahrenheit)

Average temp last three days was about -20 Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit)

On the last day of the hunt it was also windy.

We spent a lot of time in the truck blind. On the last day, I stood outside for a while wearing five layers of clothing plus my large wool coat. My guide, Wes Phillips, said I looked like the Michelin man.

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