|A Few Insightful Things People Should know when camping…|
Modern rain suits made of fabrics that “breathe” enable campers to stay dry in a downpour. Rain suits that sneeze, cough and belch, however, have been proven to add absolutely nothing to the wilderness experience.
When using a public campground, a tuba placed on your picnic table will keep the campsites on either side vacant.
Lint from your navel makes a handy fire starter. Warning: Remove lint from navel before applying the match.
You can duplicate the warmth of a down-filled bedroll by climbing into a plastic garbage bag with several geese.
Take this simple test to see if you qualify for solo camping. Shine a flashlight into one ear. If the beam shines out the other ear, do not go into the woods alone.
In an emergency, a drawstring from a parka hood can be used to strangle a snoring tent mate
In emergency situations, you can survive in the wilderness by shooting small game with a slingshot made from the elastic waistband of your underwear.
The sight of a bald eagle has thrilled campers for generations. The sight of a bald man, however, does absolutely nothing for the eagle.
It’s entirely possible to spend your whole vacation on a winding mountain road behind a large motor home.
Bear bells provide an element of safety for hikers in grizzly country. The tricky part is getting them on the bears