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    The perfect bag for any family outing, the Teton Mammoth bag is comfortable, warm, and large enough to accommodate almost any camper–and sometimes even two or three. The Mammoth sports a soft cotton flannel lining with a temperature rating of 0 degrees F, helping campers stay cozy in almost any family camping locale. The bag’s shoulder baffle and pair of full-length zipper draft tubes, meanwhile, help keep warmth in and cold out, a must on chilly fall evenings. And campers who really want to insulate will delight in the adjustable mummy hood, which pulls down tight for extra warmth. But the real attention-getter is the Mammoth’s massive size, which can comfortably hold a pair of adults plus one small child, or as many as four young children…

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    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…

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    position. • Repeat the same step for 2 back telescoping leg poles. • Move it to the place where you intend it to be put up, then stake out the tent before you set up the sleeping quarters. • Find webbing loops that are sewn into the corners and the sides along the base of the tent. • Slide stake through the webbing loop, gently extending out before securing. • Set up the sleeping quarters. Start by assembling the fiberglass, shock-corded poles and the four steel support poles. • Insert the…

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    in the fire ring. I love the smell of a campfire. We gathered around the fire and roasted hotdogs over the flickering yellow flames. The pop and sizzle of the juice from the hot dogs as it fell into the fire made my stomach rumble. The smell of them cooking lingered in the air. Hotdogs roasted over a fire are the best. As the sun started to set, the wolves became more active and we could hear the yelp and howl. The sound of thirty four wolves howling together was mystical. We sat outside the…

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    really like camping, because I hate being outdoors. I’ve always felt that it’s unsafe. As I was packing my bag for the trip, and I felt like this trip…

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    objects I 'd select to illustrate my very own story include a tent and camping equipment, my passport, a toy plane, my suitcase, running shoes, my medals and lastly my wedding ring. The first set of objects – tent and camping equipment – represent my dearest childhood memories. Growing up in Europe, I spent countless trips into the mountains, hiking and camping. My youth was shaped by spontaneous weekend road trips to Italy, France and Spain and almost every other country in Europe, only…

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    OP80577 The ultimate Survival Hacks for staying warm and dry from head to feet Introduction Going camping is one thing that a lot of people only dream about. The outdoors, creeping sounds at night and the freezing cold temperatures. Camping is fun, if you know how to keep warm. Staying warm at night may be the only thing that matters on your camping trip or if you happen to get stuck outdoors. Freezing cold temperatures can completely change the trajectory of your day from a good one, to the…

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    For my ethnography project I have chosen to research campground workers. Campground workers set up, regulate, and maintain state campgrounds as well as local campgrounds and recreational sites. Staff clean campsites after visitors and make sure that each campground is maintained well and the park is respected properly. Staff include police rangers who also keep the parks and camsites up to date by making sure everyone visiting also respect nature while at the same time enjoy the peace and quiet…

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    Day 04: The morning came cold and bone damp. I had rolled off the coyote skins and on to bare rock, fighting them again in my sleep. However, my head still rested on the Semi-soften rabbit skins, having taken them during my restless sleep. My body is cold and stiff as I made my way down to the fire which had burned down to embers. A gentle breath of life brought small flames. Feeding a small branch readying the fire for larger, greener pieces of wood, leaving the drier seasoned wood for…

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    It was on an early morning during the fall, a Monday. We were all getting ready for a “long” trip. The four of us, each carrying a thick, heavy duffle bag. Cramming in our oversized bags, only two could fit in the trunk of our small white sedan. The sedan was about as small as a smart car. We decided to put the remaining bags at our feet. “Shotgun,” I yelled. In the back of my mind, I knew calling for the front passenger seat was a bad idea when I saw one of the duffle bag taking up the whole…

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