Though it is usually a good bit warmer than several places I have lived, Montana is in for two weeks or so of low double and single digit temperatures. I don't entirely move inside, (I recently saw an interesting insulated camera "coat?" B&H advertised), but it'll be mostly indoor stuff for a while. As always, there are cases full of slides and slide trays, piles of negative sleeves and endless family photos going back generations waiting to be scanned. I planned ahead as well with a new background, an inexpensive Green Screen kit to try, also found a "spouse acceptable" rolling table for the basement bathroom that will provide space for me fool around with some old fashioned darkroom work. I have a decent stock of inks and paper so will be printing some favorite images from the past year. Had some fierce Vet bills, so the usual short trip to a warmer climate is not on the agenda this year. What do others who live in cold places plan to do photographically to make it through to Spring?