Here is a guest article written by avid outdoorsman and enthusiast Ted Levin…
Summer has arrived and people are eager to pitch their tents. Whether you’re a seasoned outdoorsman or a novice, each camper needs to take certain precautions before starting their trip.
Camping offers a wonderful individual, group, or family experience that cannot be replicated. It’s important to escape our daily lives that are flooded with the growing influence of technology and get back to basics with these 10 supplies and precautions you must take before beginning your trip. Continue reading 10 Precautions to Take Before Camping this Summer→
The sun is shining, the temperature is rising, and the only thing on your mind is grabbing the little ones and hitting the beach. The refreshing sound of the water, the sand on your toes, and the hot sun warming your skin.
It’s a win-win situation. The kids love playing in the sand and water, and you get to work on your tan!
Read on to make sure that have all the necessities in your beach bag to keep your kids safe and healthy while enjoying the sand and surf.
If you like camping, and you love dogs, then you probably bring your family pet along with you whenever you camp. If you’ve never brought your four-legged pal with you, maybe it’s time to give it a try!
Bringing your family pet along with you is a great way to complete the experience and really enjoy the time with your whole family – humans and animals alike. You can also save some money by not needing to board them in a kennel.
Here is a list of stuff that you’ll want to remember to bring along.
Ahh yes… the days of tent camping. I can recall many a night where I would lay awake in my tent and watch the lightning through the moonroof on my Woods two-room tent. I loved the sound of the thunder and heavy rain hammering the nylon. I think that was my favorite part of tent camping.