Winter Warmth | Winter Layering System

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Backpacking Basics : Layering For Cold Weather

Support TOGR with Patreon : It's cold out there but it doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy yourself. It's all about Layering! Today we're going over some Layering Options! ... Check out our web site for more information concerning everything seen on our Channel including reviews, insight into what is coming up and a chance to vote and influence our upcoming overnight adventures. .... Come Join Us on Facebook and Twitter: Facebook: Twitter: .....

Winter Warmth | Camp and Sleep System

Pat Kearney, NOLS program supervisor and field instructor, explains how to stay warm while camping in the winter. Music by: Michael Franco -

Garment Sizes & Layering

Do you have difficulties when shopping online for garments as you're unsure of sizes and fit? In this video I shed light on what sizes garments should be when you buy them, from baselayer to expedition down parka! Garments worn in the video: Baselayer: Arc'teryx Sarix Shirt Fleece: Haglöfs Triton II Hoody Windjacket: The North Face Verto Pro Jacket Hardshell: Norrøna Falketind Gore-Tex Jacket Synthetic insulation: Marmot Isotherm Hoody Down jacket: Mountain Equipment Vega Jacket Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody: Arc'teryx Alpha Comp Jacket: For more on layering and dressing, read my layering guide for winter:

Winter Clothing Hacks You Need to Know

WINTER IS COMING! But, these winter clothing hacks will help a sista out! I'm sharing my favorite fashion tips for your cold wearing clothes. Whether it's how to layer your clothes to hacks for wearing flannel and button ups to how to fake over the knee boots. These clothing hacks will make your winter a lot easier! 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Where else to find me: My Blog: Twitter: instagram: Snapchat: kallie_e88 email: But First, Coffee SHOP: 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video. I do not accept products in exchange for a positive review and so all thoughts, opinions and words are my own. All products were purchased with my own money unless marked with an asterisk (*). An asterisk signifies a product sent to me for review or as a gift. Some links in this description may contain affiliate links. 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 Hi I'm Kallie Branciforte from But First, Coffee! I'm glad you found my video! I'm the content creator for the blog and YouTube channel But First, Coffee. Here you'll find videos on topics like best drugstore makeup, DIY, beauty tutorials, life hacks, and everything else a well-caffeinated woman needs to know! IF IT SAVES YOU TIME OR SAVES YOU MONEY...I'M MAKING VIDEOS ABOUT IT! If you wanna know some more, check out my about page: Watch my vlogs: 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》 》

Traditional Huevos Rancheros

Grab our Recipe Below - and for more recipes join our monthly email newsletter here: Used in this video: 10" Field Skillet: Blue enamel plate: Related Video: Refried Beans: Huevos Rancheros 2 white onions 4 Roma tomatoes, cored 2 jalapenos 2 serrano peppers 6 garlic cloves (divided) 2 guajillo chiies finely chopped Bacon grease or fry oil Corn tortillas Eggs Shredded cheese, for sprinkling Slice the onion in half, but be sure to keep the root ends intact. Begin by preparing the vegetables: Core the tomatoes, slice the stems off the jalapeno and serrano peppers and remove the seeds, if desired to reduce the spiciness. Slice the onions in half, but keep the root intact. Fill a large saucepan about halfway with water. Add all the vegetables and 4 of the garlic cloves. Bring to a boil for about 10 minutes or until the tomatoes are tender, adding more water if needed. Remove the vegetables with a slotted spoon and let cool. Peel the outer skin of the tomatoes off and discard (soaking them in cold water beforehand, will release the skin easier). Cut the stems off the jalapeno and serrano peppers, and remove the seeds, if desired. Remove the root of the onions. Add all the vegetables, along with the remaining 2 garlic cloves to a blender, and diced guajillo peppers and Salt and pepper, to taste. Blend until smooth. Pour the contents in a saucepan to a boil. Reduce the heat to a simmer, cover and continue to cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, heat about 1 tablespoon of bacon grease or oil in a cast iron skillet. Add the tortillas and flip to coat with grease on both sides. Cook until they bubble up slightly and warm through on both sides. Be sure not to overcook until crispy. Return to the skillet, adding more grease if needed, and add the egg(s). Fry until over-easy. Take the tortillas and top with the egg followed by some sprinkled cheese and then the sauce. Top with more cheese. Serve immediately. ======================== Connect with us! ==================== Kent Rollins Cowboy Cooking, Cast Iron, Outdoor Cooking, Grilling, Dutch Oven Cooking

Learn how to stay warm in cold conditions by using the NOLS layering system. As your environment and level of activity change, so will your clothing needs. Join the layering discussion at the NOLS blog:

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