Let us start the week with more wise words from Horace Kephart. Advice as good today as it was nearly a century ago.
“Carry a change of underwear. When on a hike, take your bath or rub-down at close of day, instead of in the morning; then change to fresh underwear and socks, and put on your sweater and trousers to sleep in. Fresh dry underclothes are as warm as an extra blanket would be if one slept in the sweaty garments he wore during the day—to say nothing of cleanliness.”
Camping and Woodcraft 1927 Vol.2 p.100.