It's getting to be that time of year again in Minnesota, starting to think about what I am going to do for winter fun. I've thought about putting an Elk with a tv rotator up on the backside of my house, but i'm not sure how effective it's going to be considering my entire back lot is full of trees. So like right now, N-E-S, or S-E-N are pretty difficult if not impossible to do. I can do a reasonable amount of N-W, W-N... but south gets sketchy. I've also gotten alot of mixed messages as I don't have LMR400, and quite honestly that's a big $$ for a newbie that isn't sure the setup would even work. I've just gotten into linear, still very new. Been doing the FM birds for a while and love it. But i'm thinking about options for winter. I'd like to know what you all do in the winter when it's super cold? Do you still stand outside with your gear in your trunk and work the birds suffering a little bit of frostbite? Or do you hang it up?