@Foiled Again: you reminded me of my last night in New Hampshire before I left for warmer climes. We were staying with a friend in her remote cabin: wood heat, the "running water" was a hole in the ice in the stream, and, of course, the outhouse. However, Ronnie had a great plan worked out for the winter: the seat was hanging on a hook right behind the wood stove so it was nice & warm. You would take the seat out to the outhouse and have a few minutes before "everything" got very chilly. The day we left it got up to -2 degrees!
Cliff & Andrea,
two snowshoe cats, have not been camping yet