Monthly archive for August 2016

Packing For A Camping Trip


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Storing Camping Equipment

Your camping is a big investment, so here's a camping equipment tip that helps you take care when you store your equipment. Never put away dirty equipment. The dirt can grate against fabric or nylon, eventually rubbing a hole in your tent, tarp, or sleeping bag. Rinse off tents, rain flies, tarps, and other nylon items and let them dry before you pack them away. Hand wash sleeping bags, or at least shake them out and let them air before you carefully store them in their storage bags. Better yet, store it flat so the insulation inside the bag doesn't break down over time Wash and dry all your kitchen camping equipment before you pack it away, and inspect all buckles, webbing, ropes, and stakes before they go back in storage. If you clean and care for your camping equipment every time you use it, it will ensure your camping equipment enjoys and long and happy life.For more Camping tips, visit http://Camping.lifetips.com




One of the finest outdoor gigs for a lot of people is camping, especially for those who love getting in touch with nature. Camping allows one to explore the hidden terrain of the wild. But, don’t run out the door just yet! You need to make some preparations.

Preparation

Yes, there might be some fun in doing activities as dictated by one’s impulse. But camping, especially if one has never done it before, requires preparation. This means bringing the proper equipment, medical, and food supplies. Remember, the wild is not called “the wild” for nothing.

Tips On How To Pack For A Camping Trip

1. First Aid Kit

A camper without a first aid kit in his or her bag is either a descendant of McGyver or Tarzan. You never know when accidents might happen. The best thing to do is to be prepared for the unexpected. One way to do so is to bring some essential medical supplies, which include gauze pads, band aids, iodine solution, milk of magnesia, etc.

2. Cooking Utensils

Campers cannot live on jungle food alone! Well, technically speaking maybe they can; but after about ten of those delicious treats they’ll start to long for a more nourishing meal. So be sure to bring pots and pans that can be used to cook hot, delicious dishes.

3.  Food And Water Supply

Campers who  are planning to go on a prolonged camping trip should bring enough food to last them the duration of the trip. Stock up on plenty of bottled water. Also, a lot of instant, prepackaged, or canned foods will come in handy, especially for those new campers who might not be so confident when it comes to their hunting skills!

4. Comfort Stuff

Aside from tents and sleeping bags, one can bring whatever floats their boats. When camping outdoors, this will be one’s home away from home. It is then a must to bring whatever will make one as comfortable as possible, such as blankets, tent heaters, lamps, toiletries, contact solutions, sunscreen, books, etc.

Your pet don’t have to be left at a kennel, either. As long as you will be able to handle whatever your pet’s instincts will dictate him to do when in the great outdoors, let him tag along.

Camping is one fun activity for those who want a break from the hustle and bustle of regular life. What better way to have some peace and quiet while enjoying the great outdoors than going camping and being adequately prepared while at it.

Happy trails,

 

Chris James, Editor

 


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How To Create A Killer Camping Checklist


Is the urge to go camping in your bones? You will have to lug a lot of things. You had better ensure you bring all you need or be left irritated like many campers.

Sure, you can never be sure to cover all the bases, there will always be a thing or two you forgot, but you will forget less and enjoy more.

It is easy to forget. You have so many things on your plate. By creating a checklist you will feel peace of mind that you have emptied it out of your head and onto paper.

Another benefit to creating a camping checklist for yourself is that it makes it easy to go shopping for all of your camping supplies. In addition to forgetting to pack something important, many campers draw a blank once they get to the store.  To help ensure that you buy all of the camping supplies and equipment pieces that you need, you will want to create a camping checklist for yourself and make sure that you bring it with you when you go shopping.

Another one of the many benefits to creating a camping checklist for your next camping adventure is that it is easy to do. Many people can make their camping checklists in as little as ten or fifteen minutes. What you will want to do is sit down with a pen and a piece of paper and start writing. You will want to think of everything that you will need to go camping.  One of the best ways to create a camping checklist for yourself is to go through your daily activities. For instance, you will need a camping tent and a sleeping bag to sleep. When it comes to your food, you may want to add a cooler, hamburger meat, ketchup, mustard, rolls and so forth to your camping checklist.

Although it is more than possible for you to create your own camping checklist, you should be able to find camping checklist templates or detailed camping checklists online.  Many of these checklists are easy to find and print.  You should be able to find a number of printable camping checklists by performing a standard internet search. Despite the fact that most camping checklists are detailed, you may still want to review the checklist in question and add anything that you may feel is left out or remove something from the list that you don’t think is needed.

Now, I’m not going to twist your arm. You might not want to create a list. But, it will probably make your next camping adventure more enjoyable. So, are you a masochist or an enthusiast? Get your list together!

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Holding A Killer Picnic That Doesn’t Kill You


Do you love spending time outdoors?  Have you ever thought about hosting a picnic?  Although hosting a picnic can be a fun and exciting experience for you, it can also be a stressful and overwhelming one.  That is one of the many reasons why not all individuals are able to handle hosting their own picnics, especially those that are larger in size.

Before you decide to host a picnic for your friends or family members, there are a number of important factors that you will want to take into consideration.  A few of those factors are outlined below for your convenience.

One of the many factors that you will want to take into consideration, when trying to determine if you should host a picnic is the size that your picnic will be.  Who would you like to attend and how many people would you want to come?  These are important questions that you will want to answer, as soon as possible, as it has a huge impact on the picnic planning stages, as well as whether or not you even want to host a picnic.

Once you have determined an estimated number of picnic guests, you will then want then focus on the location.  There are a number of different locations that are ideal for picnics.  These locations tend to include state parks, local parks, campground parks, lakes, ponds, as well as in your own backyard.

Why it is advised that you wait until after you have an idea as to how many guests you would like to invite to your picnic, is because the size of your picnic may limit your options.  For instance, if you have a small backyard, you may not be able to have a large picnic.  In that instance, a state park or a local park may be a better option for you, and so forth.

As the host of a picnic, you will likely have to purchase all of the food and drinks.  For that reason, you will want to figure out how much money you want to spend. Creating a budget for yourself is nice, as it can serve as an important guide for you. A budget can help prevent you from spending more money than you need to spend or more money than you have to spend.

If you are looking to reduce the amount of money that you have to spend, you may want to think about asking your guests to contribute. They can easily do this by brining a side dish with them.

What is nice about being the host of a picnic is that you have the freedom to serve whatever you want.  With that in mind, you should know that popular picnic food includes barbeque meats, as well as sandwich meats.  As for picnic drinks, bottled drinks, such as bottled water, comes highly rated and recommended among many picnic goers.

I hope I have filled your brain to the brim with stellar picnic ideas. Although hosting a picnic may seem like a long, complicated, and overwhelming process, they sure are fun. The rewards of having a good picnic can be greater than you think. So, don’t just sit there, get cracking!


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