Any folks going winter camping this season? I've only ever done three-season camping and haven't ventured into the woods for overnights when there is a possibility of snow (I also don't own any…Continue
Your best bet is to look up the coommuter rail stops on the MBTA website and check which ones will allow overnight parking. Some do, but I can only think of stops well north of Boston. Parking is usually cheap, if not free!"
Hey all, I'm driving up from Rhode Island and I'm looking to park outside of the city and just take the subway or commuter rail into Boston. I would prefer not to get involved with Boston traffic.Anyways, if you know where I could leave a car for a couple days please leave a comment! If you're interested in carpooling, I've got the gas money. However I'm going to the SCA service event on Friday.Thanks!See More
"I'm personally a fan of the stylus tough as well, specifically the 8000 version. I've had it for nearly three year and it's still going strong. Unfortunately as Richard mentioned it's a battery pack camera. They're a little…"
"The canvas tent with a woodstove doesn't sound crazy at all! The folks who started the conservation corps program in NH with the SCA used to live in them and I thought it was pretty neat. Dogsledding with OB, I've wanted to do that for…"
"I think that winter camping is great. It allows you to enjoy the outdoors in a completely different season. A few great reasons to try winter camping are: using different modes of transport (snowshoes, skis, etc.), fewer people, and the wonderful…"