Tag Archives: Camping

Making A Case For Merino Wool In The Summer

On a warm summer day, your first thought probably isn’t to grab any wool at all. On the contrary! Merino wool is just as useful in the summer as it is in the winter. First off, merino wool is naturally ...

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The Solo Stove Bonfire: Review

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Is the Solo Stove Bonfire the best fire pit ever made? The fire pit hasn’t changed much in, well, forever. Sure you might see different designs cut into the side or fancy legs, but the actual design of the pit ...

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Lake Chicot State Park Cabins: Review

The Lake Chicot State Park Cabins are among the nicer cabins you’ll find in a state park. There are 14 cabins situated next to the lake. Half of them are on the water with their docks. The cabins were well ...

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25 Best Campgrounds Within Two Hours of Houston TX

25 Best Campgrounds Within 2 Hours Of Houston TX It’s almost summertime and that means it’s time to get out the camping gear, fishing poles, and sun screen! There’s no better way to relax than to sit outside of the ...

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25 Best Campgrounds Within Two Hours of Philadelphia PA

Urban Philly has a lot to love … after all … it is the City of Brotherly Love. Yet as good as Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches are, sometimes you and your family just need a s’mores fix. When that craving takes ...

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The Trip Tarp Is A Clever Way To Pack Your Gear

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“OMG I think I forgot the stove…” I’ve been there. I’m halfway to the campground and it dons on me that I forgot a crucial piece of gear. Checklists are great, but if you’re a visual learner like me, you ...

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3 Great Card Games for Kids around the Campfire

Card Games for Kids Card games for kids are great for any camping trip. Unlike board games, cards games for kids are portable and easy to tuck away into your backpack. And you don’t have to remember to charge up batteries ...

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Do You Know Woodsgating?

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Tailgating is great. Tons of food, surrounded by friends for the afternoon, how could it get better? Well, it typically takes place in a scorching parking lot … We can almost hear that “womp womp womp” sad trombone sound. Call ...

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3 Simple Tarp Shelters For The Campsite

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Rope. Tarp. Axe. These are three things that I always have with me when I’m camping. From taking a nap on the beach to keeping your gear dry, these items can be used together to do many useful things, including ...

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The Puffy Patch Is A More Attractive Way To Fix Your Gear

Nice. You ripped your favorite jacket. That one that looks great on you. Now what? If you’re an active person it’s bound to happen. So what do you do? It will look terrible if you cover it up with duct ...

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