It started regularly freezing over night when we were just south of Lincoln. This meant that often in the morning our tent would have fine sheets of ice all over it, and we would have to pull it out in a sunny moment during the day. It also started getting so cold that it wouldn't warm up until the sun had been up for several hours. The winds picked up, and we would often hike on and off all day in our rain jackets in a vain attempt to stay warm whilst we walked. My gloves got a massive work out, and so did my buff and my wool headband. It felt important to share a photo of just how trendy thru hiking is.
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