We went early in the morning and overnight attacked because new snow scooters come in handy. We drove northeast of the city, and as we moved away, the landscape was changing from mining ravaged plains of the wooded hills. Although the sun was shining, it was bigger and colder as we moved away from the polluted air of the city. After about 70 kilometers, when the city we completely lost sight of the engines began to freeze our scooters.
That was a big problem because we were in the middle of wilderness in the snowdrifts deep snow and antifreeze in engines was the strongest we’ve got. While we pored over the problem, when in fact thought our survival expert consolidate around engines impervious sails that we had. This would solve the problem with heat which would be held around the engine and the cold wind that freezed engine. So we covered the engine and let it warm up for a while. And it turned out that it was a good idea. So we went ahead and before dark we stumbled onto a ledge, where we set up camp for the night.