Camped out atop the north peak of the Pinnacles National Park, you wake up from a restless night of coyote 🦊harassment, with tiny hands reaching through an inch wide opening in the tent-flap and pulling half of your bedroll out of the wigwam, while bats dive bombed the glow emanating from your Coleman and through the polyurethane roof🦇, piercing the pure onyx night. You unzip the rest of the flysheet and your eyes adjust to the sight of a family of wild pigs: five piglets, a mama sow and a papa boar 🐗🐗🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖, feasting on the cardboard boxes that had previously held your propane tank with single burner stove, your lantern, et cetera.. The family is alerted to your presence, and so are thirty of fifty periscopic snake heads, checking you out from the crystalline reservoir over the ledge to the left of your camp, which you are now very glad to have decided against swimming in the previous night.🐍Just go ahead and rest easy, making your coffee, confident that no critter will bug you when you're outfitted in this 1980s duster-style red buffalo plaid acrylic robe. With rustic woven cordage tied around the waist, you'll fit right in. 40" bust; 50" long, collar to hem; and short 17" sleeves. Also works indoors with a good book (or long post) on rainy/snowy days.