Snuck out after dinner once I had the evening fire set. Was 9°f when I left and dead calm. Scouting out some stealth spots down by the river was my primary goal. I've seen them in the daylight but wanted to see which looked best by moonlight. I'm also working on breaking in some new insulated Baffins, but that is more a matter of getting used to walking in them than anything.
Once I hit the woods all bets were off though. Waxing gibbous riding high had the snow lit up like daylight. Moon shadows from the empty limbs were all around. I forgot all about my plans and actually just stood in the silence for about ten minutes at one point. Columbia thin shell over Bean heavy fleece was intended for a bushwhacking walk but was pretty cozy standing still for a bit. Had to kick myself in the butt to get going again.
Anyway, my point is, its a nice night out there for a walk if you get a chance. Down to 6°f by the time I got back. Wasn't just some frost on the front of the balaclava, there was actually some frost around the ear holes in my bomber heh. Dress appropriately if you are heading out, but head out if you can!