Thanks for all the reply's. Sorry for my late reply, but a family situation kept me occupied for a little while. Lot's of info that is giving guidance for sure.
@jkisha: Thanks for the welcome. Greatly appreciated.
@Bergamot : I use Lantus and Humalog also with the pen injection system. And never worry about too much info. The more the better.
@flighty : Thanks so much for the info about your experience. It is greatly appreciated. I tend to look for people who have lived it more then something written by someone who thinks it, as a general rule in my life.
Thanks again Savannah, the last post link had lots of info to think about and help guide an experience for sure. It's been a long time since i sat down with anyone to discuss all the things that can and will effect sugar levels.
A couple of things I'm thinking of doing personally over some of the suggestions already mentioned is to try and get in a camp closer to a med tent if one is up for my company and contribution. Another thing I'm going to try out is storing my tester and needles with me in my hydro-pack which i'm modifying to be a little bit of a insulated cooler/backpack and just make a constant effort to keep visiting the ice tent different times of the day to help keep the pack a little cooler but not frozen. Other then telling all my neighbors and putting up a sign on my tent saying I'm a diabetic who doesn't drink or do any drugs(anymore), one suggestion a friend made to me was to write diabetic down one of my forearms with permanent marker so people passing by might see that instead of just thinking someone is passed out for other reasons.
Being a diabetic for almost 30 years now I've got my body well conditioned to dealing with variations in my blood sugar readings. One of my biggest concerns is food. It's not like you can just go another 5 to 10 minutes and pop in a convenience store if you feel a low blood sugar coming on. I'm flying in with a backpack and there is only so much room to fit so much stuff. A couple items talked about like the gel packs and the powders have definitely made me feel a little more secure.
Thanks again everyone. The more info and experience the better