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  • Narrative Essay About Camping

    I was a boy scout as a kid and my troop did a lot of camping. One outing, when I was a patrol leader (that 's when you 're in 8th grade or so), we went to a place we called Pinacles. It was going normally and we were all having a good time except for the next morning I woke up to a horrible surprise. While asleep this kid in my tent wet the bed for some duration of time that allowed the piss to soak through his sleeping bag and into the tent where it soaked into my duffel bag. This was the nastiest thing I have ever experienced. I couldn 't believe how much this 11 year old kid could piss while sleeping. My whole duffel was soaked and I didn 't want to touch anything in that tent. The other kids in that tent somehow avoided anything being soaked…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Camping

    Can you remember when you enjoyed a great camping last? Camping allows you to relax and an opportunity for personal reflection.You can just escape your daily routine for a little while and completely unplug from your every day life.Take some time to read through this article; it will help your next camping trip great. Pick a type of sleeping bag that happens to be appropriate for the season. Don’t take a heavy sleeping bag out in the summer, it could make you sweat and be uncomfortable all…

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  • Winter Camping Essay

    13 Tips for Camping in Australia During Winter Camping allows Australians to commune with nature through the many parklands the country offers. Whether they enjoy hiking the mountains, bushwalking, basking in the sun or numerous other outdoor activities, they can locate ideal campsites for their purposes. While certain campers enjoy only camping in the warm weather, others understand to glory of winter camping in the colder regions of the country during the winter months of June, July and…

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  • Unforgettable Camping Experience

    An Unforgettable Weekend at Raystown Lake Two years ago was my first ever cabin camping experience. Before that, I enjoyed staying at home and every once in a while I would take a hike with my father. I mainly felt that the outdoors was a place that I would only like to travel to on occasion, instead of being a place that drew me in. As a result of these prior thoughts, I became anxious at the thought of traveling to a campground nearby Raystown Lake. The week leading up to it, that’s all I…

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  • Camping Trip Essay

    places, one of the most satisfying things an overlander can do is share their passion for the outdoors and nature with those they care about most. As some readers and fans of Overlanding USA may know I recently got engaged to the love of my life and moved 2000 miles across this great country to alas Vegas. Both of these events have opened up so many doors for exploration of new places and with new people! The weekend of Jan 23-24 proved to be the culmination of this amazing journey. The…

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  • My Camping Trip

    It was March of 2015 that Dan and I decided to make our first camping trip of the year. This particular road trip was not like the many others we have pursued. When we arrived, we were led by the event staff of Hoopla in the Hills to an open field. We pitched our tent and canopy in the breezy ice cold morning. We hung beautiful tapestries on the canopy for a secluded yet magical hangout spot. We placed a table and two chairs under the center of the canopy. On the table, we had a box of tissues,…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Camping

    Whether you have a tent or a camper, camping is a wonderful way for families to work together and enjoy each other away from the stresses of work and school. You need to plan ahead and be prepared, but all the work will be worth it. You might not have electricity during the trip, but if you bring the essentials and think simply, you will not be bothered by not having some modern conveniences. Years later, you and your family will remember fondly all the time you spent around a campfire laughing,…

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  • Narrative Essay On Camping Experience

    ready to go. We had coolers, lawn chairs, snacks, drinks, tents, blankets, flashlights. Your ideal camping supplies. With no camping experience, I didn’t know what to expect, besides being three hours away from home, living in a tent for three nights, afraid of wild animals, and being attacked by mosquitos. From my experience, I would recommend camping. If things don’t quite work out, you have the beautiful stars to stare at that you might not see back at home. You might learn something,…

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  • Narrative Essay On A Camping Trip

    I was in the seventh grade sitting next to my best friend, Josh, in English class. Aside from our typically immature conversations about video games and anything that could give us a laugh, we were having a conversation about a camping trip Josh and his family would be taking the following weekend. Jokingly I asked, “Oh, man, can I come with you guys? I love camping!” Surprisingly, Josh replied, “Well, yeah I asked my parents if you could come, and they said sure.” Because I was close to Josh…

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  • Narrative Essay On A Camping Trip

    Narrative Essay Till this day, I still remember the first time my family and I went on a camping trip during the end of summer a few years back. This trip had been planned for almost a month from the date we were going. That month seemed to take forever to come but when it finally came, everyone but my little brother wanted to go. The reason he did not want to come was that he was afraid of getting lost or something else worse than getting lost. The only thing I was afraid is mosquitoes. I…

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