Most people think about a 65 degree night and they smile. They think about how wonderful a night like that can be. If you begin to feel a chill you head back into your home and get warm. Now, if you are out in the wind and rain and it’s 65 degrees you are gonna die unless you can find some shelter
fast. A wilderness survival situation gets really deadly at 65 degrees particularly if you are wet. It’s a struggle.
This article goes deep into how to deal with hypothermia. It’s very important that you know when you are in serious trouble. Hypothermia can end you and for most people in the wild it is the elements that take them out. We are in serious trouble without shelter and without fire. Recognize how important it is to stay warm, particularly when you are away from your home.