Okay, I'm in. I've got the shifts traded. Now somebody teach me how to stay warm. No problema outside the canyon, I just need in canyon tips. Here's what I'm thinking: My thick wetsuit (it's either 5 or 6 mm), with a 2 mm full shirt and 2 mm neo shorts over it. I've got a full neo hood, maybe even put a hat on top of it. 5 mm booties inside my canyon boots have always been surprisingly warm for me. Does that seem reasonable to the veterans? Remember I am usually the coldest one in any group I'm with, but I don't have much trust for drysuits (nor do I want to buy one.) Also, what about hands? What do you wear? I've heard something about dish gloves with neo gloves over them or something? Do you duct tape your wrists? Also, worth bringing an ice tool and crampons or no? I've seen a lot of snow and ice in pictures. Tom- I probably need another set of green neo booties. If I order those tomorrow can you get them to me before Freezefest? For tent heaters, better to go electric with generator or propane? Anyone interested in driving with me? Leaving Salt Lake the afternoon of the 29th, canyons on 30, 31, and 1. Drive home after the Black Hole on the 1st.