I recently started backpacking in the Olympic Mountains. While camping, I usually bring along a trade paperback for light reading before bed or during a lunch break on a day-long hike. Up until now, the only protection my books have had has been a ziplock bag, for moisture, and being wrapped up inside clothing, to insulate from the cold/heat.
Is this all I can do for them? Are there any solutions for protecting books from the humidity and the day-night temperature swings associated with backpacking in the mountains? I'm not incredibly worried about pests taking chunks of paper from them, but any suggestions that cover this would be appreciated.
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