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Winter Glamping
First, summer camping got its makeover. That daunting ritual in which you lug a tent under the stars, devour mac’n’cheese and pray you aren’t yourself devoured by mosquitos or bears became glamping. An amalgam of glamor and camping, glamping is for people who want an outdoor experience, but admit to themselves that they prefer a bed with 800-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and a screened-in porch to sleeping on the cold hard ground. Now, winter glamping—the cold-weather version—is transplanting the same charms and salvation onto frozen tundra.  Think of it as a real-life version of the Budweiser Clydesdales delivering a cold one directly to your hot tub. That’s …
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