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    Some essential camping supplies for your camping adventures

     

    There are certain supplies that every family should have when camping. Ensuring you have the basic supplies to have fun and stay safe will enhance your camping experience. So do not pack on the fly. Instead, make sure you plan well and make lists so nothing is forgotten. Make lists and check off items as you pack. But also pack as lightly as possible. Remember that camping is a temporary state and that you will not need a lot of different clothing and only enough food and water to sustain you and your family during your trip. Always be sure you have enough food and water so you and your family are properly nourished and hydrated. However, choose items that are lightweight, easy to cook and easy to clean up. Canned goods and lightweight items such as soups, canned meats, jerky, and cereals are perfect. Take campfire wood with you unless you plan to purchase wood on the way to your camping area or at the campground. Also take newspaper and small twigs to make starting your fire easy. A small hatchet can be handy too. Dress appropriately for the season but also prepare for unexpected weather changes. Summer clothing should include light colored items and good hiking boots. In winter weather, make sure to dress in layers for maximum warmth. Always have spare clothes available in case clothing gets wet or there is a shift in climate. Remember that even in summer it can get cold at night. For day trips where you will leave your camp area, use a backpack to bring essential supplies. Maps and a compass are essential supplies to have. Make sure to research the area where you will be camping so you are familiar with where there are main roads and emergency facilities. Waterproof matches will help start a fire even in rainy conditions. A flashlight will provide light for night time. Make sure to use a heavy duty model that is waterproof. Extra batteries are also advised. Survival kits are necessary in case of emergency. These are available pre made at outdoor sporting good stores but you can also gather supplies individually. Rope is a common element of these supplies. Also, food items for emergency survival are usually included. A whistle in case you are stuck or trapped will help you call for help without expending a lot of energy. A multi - use knife is a compact item that provides many essential tools including a saw and can opener. Shelter equipment such as blankets and tarps can help you stay warm and protected while awaiting assistance. Although many wilderness areas will not have reception, it may be possible for a cellular phone to reach a nearby emergency station. It is advisable to carry one just in case you will be able to get reception and call for help. First aid kits are also essential camping supplies. These are readily available pre made in pharmacies and sporting good stores. Ensure they have materials to aid in bandaging wounds and treating illness. They should include insect repellant and sunscreen to protect against sunburn and pests. Bandages and antibiotic ointment will help in mending scrapes and cuts. Aspirin and non aspirin pain medication should be included. Iodine tablets will help if a person is dehydrated. Supplies that will keep your family safe and nourished in case of emergency are essential elements when camping. But do not forget to have some fun. Bring games, fishing poles and books to spend some time. Do not forget binoculars for watching wildlife and the camera for memorializing your experience. Be organized and make a list of all supplies needed before embarking on your trip to ensure the most fun and safest camping trip possible. Other items to pack include: folding chairs; trash bags; pre-moistened wipes (especially handy if your camping area does not have hand-washing facilities in the bathroom area); a dishpan, dish soap, dish cloths, and dish towels for cleaning dishes; paper towels; clothespins to hang swimsuits and towels on the rope you’ve also packed; and pot holders to handle hot food.

         
    Some tips on backpacking

     

    Travelers around the world enjoy seeing the sights and wonders of different places with only a backpack for all the things they need. Because they only have a pack on their backs, the possibilities of new sightseeing and activity adventures are limitless. But of course, before you head for a faraway hiking adventure with your backpack, you must make sure that you bring all the things you need to put in your backpack. Below is a checklist that would help your backpacking adventure a pleasant experience. - Backpack Of course, how can you go for a wild backpacking activity without a backpack! Pick one that is comfortable and fits well on you. - Quick Drying Towel Widely available in many stores. You don’t want a heavy, damp towel on your backpack, do you? - Walking Shoes Pick comfortable shoes as you would learn soon enough that walking would be a major part in your backpacking adventure. - Underwear and socks These go without saying. - Long Underwear This depends on the season and place where you are traveling. You might also wear your long underwear when you stay in hotels that do not have adequate well-heating systems. - Pillow Case Pillow case is an essential thing to keep when you stay in backpacker hotels. - Sleeping Bag When you stay in backpacker hotels. - Passport Don’t even think of leaving the country without it. - Spy Wallet So that you could be able to divide up the money that you have just in case. - Day Pack Most backpacks have a detachable daypack. - Camera A digicam may be better, but bulkier and heavier to carry. - Journal For the writer and chronicler in you. - Flip Flops Useful when you take a shower. - Traveler’s Checks You can never be too sure with your money. - Wet Wipes Always come in handy. Easy to carry too. - Landry Detergent It might prove handy. - Space Savers - Rain Coat Especially if you travel on a rainy season or you’re going to tropical countries like those in Southeast Asia or South America. - Lock For the safety of your belongings. - Band Aids It’s better to be prepared than not at all. - Travel Guide Try picking a comprehensive yet easy-to-carry travel guide. - Personal items such as toothpaste, deodorant, soap, and shampoo For hygienic purposes. - Clothing A tip: The night before you leave, check all clothes that you need. Then take only the half. Clothing simply weighs too much. Take only what you can carry at ease.

         
    Sparkling treasure of the bitterroot range a true jewel in the montana mountains

     

    The third time is usually a charm. So this third attempt to reach that jewel at the end of the trail just had to pan out. The Sweeney Peak Trail in the Montana Bitterroot Range heads for the sky high above Florence, Montana along the ridges below Sweeney Peak The lake - that sparkling blue jewel of Peterson Lake at the bottom of the canyon in the upper reaches of Sweeney Creek - had been an unattained goal through two previous attempts. I started with a fresh determination though, to reach that sparkling jewel this bright, sunny, August day, and return. The trailhead is at the upper end of a major vehicle climb from Montana Highway 93 and the Bitterroot valley floor. Sweeney Creek Road is located south of Missoula, Montana, and 1.5 miles south of Florence. Turning off 93 to the west you follow the paved Sweeney Creek Road .9 miles at which point it veers off to the south, and you proceed straight ahead on the dirt road, following FR 1315 all of 6.4 miles up the mountainside to the trailhead. The road through the switchbacks is steep, pushing the abilities of 2-wheel drive cars. On the trail the climbing continues, starting with a 1000 foot elevation climb in the first mile. You add almost another 1000 feet elevation in the next 1 1/2 miles to 7,692 feet. If it was only numbers this old guy would have quit long ago. However, within the first mile after switchbacks through forested ridge the trail breaks out on the ridge's south edge, with abrupt cliffs below and views over the Sweeney Creek Canyon. The Bitterroot Valley opens up far below to the east, St. Joseph Peak towers to the southwest, and Little St. Joe dominates the scene directly across the canyon from your perch atop the cliffs. The trail follows the ridge upward, and then cuts across the mountainside, still climbing as you follow above the Sweeney Creek Canyon. Two and a half miles into the trek after continual upward climbing, the high spot on the trail is reached. As if by divine plan, right there is a little spring and stream trickling across the trail in the most wonderfully cool refreshing way From that great mountain water fountain the trail leads off fairly evenly for another mile or so through the forest. To my complete delight the trail once again leads back to the canyon cliffs above Sweeney Creek. The goal of Peterson Lake is now within sight. Oh indeed, there it was shining like a sparkling jewel, right DOWN there another mile and a half to the bottom of the canyon! A previous journey up this trail had made it to this point. Already around 3.5 miles into the hike, and realizing that the trail takes a sharp downward turn, I had chosen to turn back. The additional 1 1/2 miles down into a canyon and back on top of a 3.5 mile hike back, would have pushed it. This wonderful day a year later though, the plan to make it was in full gear, the day was younger, and I was up for the distance. The trail take around a 750 foot descent from that viewpoint to the lake. And descend you do, down into a high mountain valley. What a wonderful high alpine mountain scene surrounds you as you cross grassy meadows to the upper end of the lake. A spur trail leads from the main trail to the inlet of the lake near primitive campsites stashed among the trees. The third time was the charm! My trek to Peterson Lake in this high mountain basin of the Bitterroot Range was complete. What a truly wonderful little high country lake surrounded by high mountain peaks right up next to the sky. I settled in for a long overdue lunch on the lake shore by the upper inlet of the lake, reveling in the mountain basin scene. You have the impression that the canyon does just drop off below the lake, as it sits in a small mountain bowl. A great set of images of this Montana Bitterroot Range treasure can be seen in the photo Gallery at montanaadventure . The afternoon was quickly slipping away, and it was necessary to hit the trail back out. There was still a 750 foot climb up out of this wonderful basin, and 5 miles or so to beat down the trail back to the jeep. Now we know the delight to be found at the end of that trail. Plans were already forming in my mind for doing that route again, only next time with full pack, tent, sleeping bag, fishing pole and the works. Truly the next goal to sit in that high mountain basin as the sun sets, the sky filling with a million stars - treasuring this jewel of a mountain lake. The evening was closing in as I made it back down the trail to the jeep. The sheer fatigue from the effort was almost overwhelming for this 50 something body, but, the sense of jubilation at the awesome feat was incredible. I had stumbled onto a true Montana mountain jewel on this wonderful adventure in the high Bitterroot Range of Montana. That jubilation was promptly followed by the urge to dive into some good food. For most journeys into the backcountry of Montana there are wonderful places nearby to chow down. In this area we'll head for the Cantina La Cocina in Victor - dynamite tacos, enchiladas and burritos. And the terrific places to stay, like full service base-camp motels throughout the Bitterroot Valley - found at montanaadventure - within just miles of Bitterroot Range trailheads . Check them out and plan your Bitterroot Range adventure!

         
    Stalking alligators in florida

     

    Alligators were the furthest thing from our minds as my wife Ana and I traveled along the coast of northern Florida. We had paid $23 to camp in our conversion van at a beautiful state park on the beach the night before. In the morning we saw a dolphin swimming near shore. Then we heard we could camp for free at the isolated campgrounds which dotted the Apalachicola National Forest. Our frugality sent us into alligator country. We spent two nights in the dark woods next to the dark waters of a slow river. Our only company was an old guy who seemed to be living there, and a nice couple with their two-year-old daughter. Lester was from England, Kari from Texas, and Indya was born in Guatamala. They met in India, of course. Our little group circled the fire at night, trading stories, and occasionally sneaking down to the water with flashlights to look for the eyes of alligators. We heard splashes in the night, but saw nothing. The Lake Talquin Monster When the old guy told us camping was free at Wiliams Landing, on Lake Talquin, we all moved up there for a week. The hot showers convinced us. We continued trading stories around the fire each night, but now we saw all kinds of wildlife. Armadillos walked through camp, giant grey herons fished just offshore from the van, and there were racoons, owls, squirrels, ducks, and turtles. Then was also the "monster." March is a great time to get out in the woods in Florida, so I was poking around near a corner of the lake, when I heard the splash. There were no fish that big, I knew, and we had already seen two small alligators sunning themselves the day before. This one had to be a giant. Ana and I returned the next morning, and again heard the splash. It was under the water before we could see it. In the coming days, we visited the monster each morning once the sun was high enough for him to come out and soak up the heat. We caught enough glimpses to know he was at least ten feet long. Kari and Lester made a "Crocodile Hunter" movie of us stalking it. In time, it no longer panicked, but just slowly lowered itself into the water, as if getting ready to hunt us properly. We stopped trying to get so close to it. Our gang went to view alligators safely after that, from the tour boat at Wakulla Springs.

         
    Surprises at every turn coastal treasures rugged northern cascades amazing northwest

     

    I couldn’t believe it. The big plan: stay in nice Bellingham, Washington motels, and alternate that with camping in the countryside slightly north of Bellingham. We were off to the coast to visit our little girl going to college in Bellingham, Washington at Western Washington University. We should have realized when we were getting camping reservations that this was not your standard Montana style camping - reservations? Regardless, I still laugh at our expressions as we pulled up to the campground, smack dab in the middle of rolling green farm country - fields of corn, truck farms, dairy farms. Needless to say, the campground was wonderful and provided for all our travel needs, in remarkable styleplete with a fishing pond, a small forested area for us to pitch tents, a grocery store, a laundromat and even a small cafe, we realized that for this adventure it would do just fine. Then too, settled in the middle of this gentle farm country, we were minutes from Bellingham, access to the coast, and turning eastward we were just a short drive from Mount Baker and the mountainous wilds of the North Cascades. I could not get past how remarkable that corner of the world was! From our campground up in Lynden, we were literally able to see over into Canada. Choosing to explore the coastal areas, we popped down to Bellingham and followed Chuckanut Drive down the shoreline to Larrabee State Park on the ocean side of Chuckanut Mountain. A wondrous trail headed off through dense undergrowth leading us to Clayton Beach. I hate to admit it, but when you’re from Montana, any area you go into that is awash with stands of the very ferns we strive to grow indoors, the term - amazing - arises time and again. Then again, the beach is a bit of a phenomena when the majority of your life has been spent in the Rocky Mountains. Wonderful blue waters of Samish Bay stretched out in the distance with an occasional ship passing by, stretches of sand beaches, and a remarkable sense of peace, settled in on that shoreline for an afternoon. Being a born and raised mountain guy myself, an afternoon drive from our campsite in the farm-lands to explore the route to Mount Baker was in order. I just needed to make some mental notes about what we were looking at. Not nearly close enough to Mount Baker for my liking, the family team pointed out that we do mountains all the time back home, so enough already. Obviously, I will have to plan my exploration of Mount Baker and the North Cascades National Park on my own on another journey to the coast We did, however, find a delightful loop from Lynden to Deming, up to Kendall, and circling back through Sumas right up on the Canadian border, and finally back to Lynden. I still marvel at the amazing full range of recreation opportunities in the area right around Bellingham. There’s every reason to plan much more vacation time exploring that wonderful region of the country. If you get the chance to check out that neighborhood, we encourage you to do your planning through our Washington site, complete with trail information, shore recreation, and of course, base-camp Washington motel accommodations wherever your travels happen to take you.

         
    Survival clothing for outdoor emergencies

     

    : Maybe you don't need to learn about survival clothing. Maybe you always hike with a spare jacket. Perhaps you never go out into the wilderness overnight, but just for day hikes. Or you bring lots of warm clothing when you do go backpacking.

    Nonetheless, hundreds of people die or come close to dying every year from exposure. They thought they were prepared. They didn't expect their clothes to get wet from falling in a stream, they didn't think they'd be out there for the night, or they get lost for days.

    Coming down from Mount Whitney I met several young men in t-shirts on their way up, determined to get to the top. They had no gear, and not enough time, but they probably made it there by sunset anyhow. They also certainly didn't make it the eleven miles back to their car before dark. It was below freezing that night, so I imagine they were uncomfortable at best.

    Quick Survival Clothing

    What survival clothing could they have made in that situation? One of them did have a light jacket. He could have used his t-shirt as a hat (a lot of heat is lost through the head) and filled his jacket with the fluff from the cattail seedheads for insulation. (Cattail down was once used to fill those old orange life preservers.)

    Insulation is the important principle here. You can stuff a jacket, shirt, sweater or pants with dry leaves, milkweed down, bracken ferns or almost anything that creates a lot of "dead air space." It's better if you have two layers to sandwich it between, but being itchy is better than being frozen in any case.

    In a jam, you can also use the flat leaves of cattail plants to weave a vest that will block the wind and some rain. Two bread bags full of milkweed down or other silky plant fibers make warm mittens (tie them at the wrists). A plastic bag full of the same could be tied onto your head as a hat.

    Usually, you'll do better to look first at what you have, before looking to kill animals for their skins, or weave grass skirts. If you have a sleeping bag, it can double as a coat - just wrap it around you. Socks can be mittens, and garbage bags can be made into snow pants.

    A garbage bag can also be a raincoat. Otherwise, tie bunches of grass tightly together along a string or strip of cloth, and then wrap it around your shoulders. This will repel a light rain. You can fashion a rain hood of birchbark as well.

    In the desert you can make a sun-hat of large leaves, like those from a fan palm. String some together to wrap around your shoulders to prevent sunburn.

    You'll probably never have to use animal skins for survival clothing. You might never lose your shoes and need to glue tree bark to your feet with pine sap, for hiking. Still, knowing how to improvise a few basic pieces of survival clothing can make you more comfortable, and possibly save your life.

         
    Survival foods for hikers

     

    : Survival foods are not the most important thing in most emergency situations in the wilderness. You survive weeks without eating if you have to, so it is usually more important to find shelter, water, and stay dry and uninjured. On the other hand, just knowing you can find food out there, and having something in your stomach, can do wonders for your state of mind, which CAN be crucial to your survival. What then, do you need to know about survival foods? First forget the idea that you need to learn every last edible wild plant. I love learning about new edible plants, but very few of them provide enough calories to be worth the effort in a survival situation. What you need s to know a few basic categories of animals you can eat, and some of the most abundant and calorie-rich plants. Survival Foods - The Animals Mammals in North America can all be eaten (except for the livers of some arctic mammals). Since many carry parasites, wash your hands after handling them, and cook the meat if possible. North American birds are all edible, and there eggs are too. I've even eaten seagull eggs cooked on a hot rock, and they tasted fine. Fresh water fish in North America are all edible. Catching the fish is the difficult part, but they can be quickly and easily cooked over a fire. Amphibians and reptiles are usually safe to eat - if you remove the skin. I have cooked snake in a stew and over a fire, and I recommend the latter. Survival Foods - The Plants Cattail is one of the most abundant and calorie-rich foods in the wilderness. The white part of the stalk at the bottom, and the new shoots, can be eaten raw or cooked. Flower spikes can be cooked like corn-on-the-cob when green. Roots can be mashed in water to release the starch, which can be added to soups. Pollen from the flower spike can be shaken into a bag and used in soups. Cattails grow in swamps or wet soil, and you really should get to know this plant. The inner bark of pine trees is edible. It's a good survival food to remember, because it is available year-round. That white spongy layer between the outer bark and the wood is what you want. Although it is mostly fiber, it contains enough carbohydrates to be worth boiling into a soup if nothing else is available. Edible berries can be a delicious and filling survival food in the right season. Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, and blackberries all have their wild forms. If it looks like the domestic one (usually smaller) and smells and tastes like it, it's safe to eat. Of course it's fun to know which mushrooms you can eat, and even which flowers are edible, but both of these have almost no calories. To quickly learn what you need to survive, concentrate first on the common animals and the most abundant and calorie-rich edible plants. Those are the survival foods that will most likely save your life.

         
    Survival skills

     

    : Survival skills just for backpacking? Why not? For ultralight backpackers like myself, skills replace gear, and therefore weight. If you spend any time in the wilderness, it also just feels good to know you can deal with whatever comes up. Survival means staying warm and dry, hydrated, uninjured, and finding your way out of the wilderness. Of course, eating is nice too, but not crucial if the situation is just for a few days. Here are some survival skills you can learn easily. Easy Survival Skills 1. Put dried moss or milkweed fuzz in your pocket as you walk, so you'll have dry tinder to start a fire, just in case it's raining later. Cattail fuzz works well too, and you can experiment with different materials. 2. If it looks and tastes like a blueberry, strawberry, or raspberry - it is. There is no berry in North America that looks like a blueberry, strawberry, or raspberry, and can hurt you from one taste. Take a taste, and just spit it out completely if it doesn't taste right. 3. Make a pile of dry leaves and dead grass to keep warm in an emergency. I have slept warmly without a blanket, in below-freezing weather, in a pile of dry grass. 4. Put a stick upright in the ground, and mark the tip of the shadow. Mark it again fifteen minutes later. Scratch a line between the first and second marks, and it will be pointing east. Techniques like this can save you when your compass is lost. 5. Clouds form in the Rocky Mountains just before the afternoon storms in summer. Hikers are regularly killed by lightning in Colorado. Birds often fly lower before storms. Learning to read the sky and the behavior of animals can keep you out of trouble. 6. The biggest wilderness killer is hypothermia, and getting wet is the biggest cause. Get in the habit of watching for ledges or large fir trees to stand under when you think that rain may be coming. Learning to stay dry is one of the more important survival skills. 7. To stay warmer, sleep with your head slightly downhill. It takes some getting used to, but it works. 8. Get in the habit of filling water bottles every chance you get, and you won't have such a hard time with any long dry stretches of trail. Drink up the last of your water right before you fill the bottles too. 9. Break a "blister" on the trunk of a small spruce or fir tree, and you can use the sap that oozes out as an good antiseptic dressing for small cuts. It also can be used to start a fire, and will burn when wet. 10. Bark from a white birch tree will usually light even when wet. In a jam, you can also use it as a paper substitute if you need to leave a note in an emergency. The above are just a few tips and techniques you can easily learn. There are many more, and they can make backpacking not only safer, but more interesting. Why not practice one or two of these survival skills?

         
    Survival tips for backpackers

     

    : Why survival tips for backpackers? Certainly backpacking may never become a matter of wilderness survival for you, especially if you are careful in your planning. Still, getting lost or twisting an ankle far from any road is always a possibility. In any case, learning a few new things from time to time is a great way to make your trips safer and more interesting. With that in mind, here are a few random survival tricks and skills based on my own experience. A Few Survival Tips To Remember You can make snow-block shelters without tools when the conditions are right. I have made trench-shelters of 2 x 3 foot snow-blocks with no tools. I stomped rectangles in the heavily-crusted snow and lifted up the resulting blocks. Stacking them on either side of a trench in the snow, and then across the top for a roof, I was able to make a shelter in twenty minutes. Syrup is made in late winter and early spring from both maple and birch trees, but it is too much effort to in a wilderness survival situation. However, you can get a couple hundred calories per day by just drinking maple or birch sap. Collecting it can be as easy as snapping off the ends of twigs and putting something underneath to catch the dripping sap. I've collected a quart per day for several days from one cut branch. How about a survival tip that makes for a delicious meal? Crayfish turn red just like a lobster when they are boiled, and you get a little chunk of meat from the tail of each. Lifting rocks to find them is much more efficient than baiting them. They swim backwards, so reach from behind them to catch them. Porcupine can be killed with a stick. They will not die easy, but they are slow, so you'll have plenty of time. Dress them from their underside, where there are no quills. They taste good when roasted over a fire. The mountain man tradition was to never kill them unless it was an emergency, because as long as they're around, there is easy food for survival situations. For quick ropes and lashings in the desert, peel yucca leaves into strips and braid them together, overlapping the ends. It took thirty minutes for me to make a rope like this that four of us couldn't break (two on each end). I have cooked in containers made of birch bark. There are two methods. One is to drop fire-heated rocks into the liquid to bring it to a boil. The other is to use the pot directly over the flame. If the flame doesn't go above the level of the liquid, the pot birch bark pot won't burn, because the heat is conducted away quickly by the liquid inside. Just stuffing your light jacket full of dried grass can effectively make it into a winter coat. It is even better (less itchy) if you have another jacket (like your raincoat), so you can put the grass or leaves between the two. Usually it will be more efficient to look for ways to modify what you already have than to try to make survival clothing. There are hundreds of little tricks that can make wilderness travel interesting and safer. Even if you aren't interested in practicing survival techniques, why not at least read a few survival tips now and then. Someday you may remember something that can save your life.

         
    Survivorman a review

     

    : Survivorman is a television program about wilderness survival. It can be seen on the Discovery Channel (and others?). It's all about one man against the elements, and the man in this case is Les Stroud. He is put in various environments to survive for seven days while filming himself. Having no camera crew may be the most novel idea in the show. You are sure the danger is real - there won't be a cameraman slipping food or water to Les when the camera is off. Stroud is alone, and really does get into trouble at times. His challenges are made tougher by the fact that he has to lug around camera equipment, and then use it when he might like to get straight to gathering food or building a shelter. One creative feature of Survivorman is that each show has a "theme." The episode in the Canadian arctic, for example, has Stroud left with a broken-down snowmobile, which he cannibalizes for various useful items, including the seat cushion, which he uses for a insulating sleeping pad. In the Sonoran desert episode, Stroud is in the middle of a desert wilderness with a broken dirt bike. He uses wires from this to weave a blanket of grass. This "scenario" aspect makes Survivorman more realistic than if it was just a man in the wilderness with nothing. It has the viewer thinking about ALL the possibilities. If a plane crash puts you in a survival situation, you'll be remembering the "Survivorman" using plane fuel to start a fire, and you'll be looking at every part of that plane for useful items. If your boat sinks, leaving you on an isolated island trying to survive, you'll think about how Stroud used plastic containers from washed-up beach debris to hold water, and you'll look at all the debris with a eye towards using it in some way. Can Survivorman Be Dangerous? A few reviewers point out that Survivorman may give viewers a false sense of confidence and even spread some bad ideas. In the desert episode, for example, Stroud does drink water straight from a stream. It's a good way to get sick, and he could have used the gas tank from the dirt bike to boil the water in. In the Canadian boreal forest episode he uses his one match the first night. Then, rather than keep the fire going, he starts the second night's fire without matches. This is extremely hard to do for those without experience, and a better lesson might have been to keep that fire alive. Those are minor flaws, however, compared to the wealth of useful knowledge the show teaches. They may be in part due to the nature of doing a television program. Stroud wouldn't get to show us how to use a bow and drill to start a fire if he didn't need a fire started. There are often times in various episodes when he may have been better off doing something else, but the point of the show is to show all the possibilities. It might be more efficient to keep gathering one type of food, for example, but then how do the viewers learn about the others? This is a creative and informative show. Of course there are all the specific techniques of survival that Stroud shows us. In addition to that, though, is the inspiration the show provides. Survivorman lets you know that you can survive - and it gets you in the habit of thinking about how to use everything around you.

         
    Take a hiking vacation

     

    If you are in the mood for a hiking vacation then you will probably want to consider the many trails in either the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee or Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Of course there are many other parks and trails throughout the United States but these two destinations offer some of the most scenic and majestic mountain vistas available. Both the Smoky Mountain National Park and Rocky Mountain National park offer different levels of trails for your hiking vacation. Whether you are taking the family for a casual vacation or are looking for more adventure and exercise in a very strenuous hike, either location can accommodate your plans. There are more than 850 miles of trails in the Great Smoky Mountains, more than enough to keep you busy for your hiking vacation. With the miles of trails available, my favorite in the Smoky Mountains is the hike to Chimney Tops. The Chimney Tops trail is a mildly strenuous hike with some incredible views. The last 50 yards is very steep, with a spectacular view at the very top. It is a 4 mile round trip that is well worth the effort. While the Smoky Mountains are exceptionally beautiful, the grandeur of the Colorado Rockies is unmatched in the continental United States. Majestic snow covered peaks rise out of the plains to reach heights above 14,000 feet in the case of Long's Peak and more than 60 other peaks rise above 12,000 feet. Within the 416 square miles of the park there are 355 miles of hiking trails. My favorite hike by far is the hike to Chasm Lake a the base of Longs Peak. The hike is a 9.5 mile round trip that changes in altitude from 9,000 feet to almost 12,000 feet. This is a fun, scenic hike, but it is moderately strenuous, so be well prepared with food and water. Preparing For Your Hiking Vacation Tens of thousands of people hike the trails of our national parks every year without incident and a hiking vacation can be an enjoyable and invigorating experience. However, it is essential that you are prepared for your hiking experience. This is a no-brainer, but one of the biggest mistakes hikers make is not realizing the total length of the hikes they are on. If the sign at the trail head says that the hike is 4 miles, remember you have to hike back also, making that an 8 mile round trip. Don't forget food and water. While food is needed on hikes of 3 to 4 miles and longer water is an essential on every hike. Even short hikes at higher altitudes can cause you to get thirsty faster than you would think. You will also need the proper gear for hiking. I can't stress this enough, hiking boots are an essential part of a hiker's equipment just as a water bottle and back pack are. Do not try to hike a rocky trail in your tennis shoes. At the least you will have very sore feet and you could twist your ankle, making the rest of your hiking vacation an unpleasant experience, not to mention getting back to the car an adventure. Please get yourself some decent hiking boots. Your feet will thank you! A hiking vacation can be an exhilarating experience for the serious hiker or for the whole family. You will get to see some beautiful scenery that you just can't experience by passing by in your car or RV. Plan your vacation, decide on a destination, get your equipment ready and off you go to the great outdoors.

         
    Take a vacation at a dude ranch

     

    Taking a dude ranch vacation can be one of the best experiences you'll ever have. Just take a moment to imagine the best vacation you've ever been on. You'll experience cool mountain air, wide open plains, steady horses that can take you to freedom from your typical nine to five job, fishing for bigger prey than you've ever imagined, and some perfect quiet time with your family. There are many things to think about as you prepare for a dude ranch vacation. Dude ranches evolved after most of the west had been explored. Eastern tourists could get to the great west by train, and most wanted to see what it had to offer. However, settlers in the west were little prepared to take on tourists, and the great dude ranch was born to offer eastern tourists a vacation sport with all of the amenities they might expect during a time of vacation. Most of the earliest dude ranch visitors stayed for long periods of time, and they were guests in the ranchers’ home. Each ranch had its own variety of things to do, depending upon the owner of the ranch. Many ranchers noticed that it was not only the natural beauty of the surroundings that continued to attract the visitors, but also the ranch experience itself. As a result, ranches began to develop programs for guest, build lodges, and start working on attracting visitors (and the profits that came with them). The first thing you need to do to prepare for your dude ranch vacation is to choose a ranch. This can be a bit daunting, because there are literally thousands of choices you have to make. The first thing to do is to narrow down a location for you dude ranch holiday. You can choose from ranches across the country, but the National Dude Rancher's Association has ranches in British Columbia, Alberta, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arkansas. The location you choose will determine some of the activities you will participate in. You should choose a ranch in a location you want to visit. You should also choose a ranch that has some fun and exciting activities that you would enjoy participating in. Don't forget to factor in price ranges, because many dude ranches have varying prices at varying accommodations, so you want to be sure to choose something that will best fit your budget. Once you've made your dude ranch selection, you can start looking forward to the activities you'll enjoy. While activities to vary from location to location, most have a pretty standard set that will be available at all locations. One of the best, yet not often considered activities to engage in while you're on a dude ranch is hiking. Dude ranches are located in the most beautiful regions of the country. Many are even adjacent to national parks or other public lands. This means you and the whole family can set aside a day for drinking in nature's beauty from the comfort of your feet. Another good activity on a dude ranch is fishing. There are many ranches that are located along some of the best fly fishing rivers. Others have beautiful mountain ponds on their land that see little activity from anyone except the guests of the ranch. Those fish are just waiting to bite your hook. Learning about natural history is another great activity to engage in while on a dude ranch. You can find some fantastic artifacts like bones and arrow heads. You can also look at some amazing land formations while you are visiting. Most ranches even offer optional overnight pack trips for that authentic cowboy experience. You can take a horse and experience the beauty of the natural countryside while living experience you've only heard of like sing-a-longs and cooking over the open flame. When night finally falls, you can sleep with the starts as your night-light. One final activity you can enjoy on a dude ranch is the four star relaxing accommodations. Most ranches have hot tubs and pools in addition to their ranch like amenities. You can relax with a good book while watching the kids play in the pool.

         
    Take an african safari

     

    There are endless ways to vacation in today's world. Air travel makes it possible to get almost anywhere in the world in thirty hours or less. The local park or the state right next door are no longer our only reasonable vacation options. We can go on huge cruise ships and explore the beauty of the seas or we can vacation in a cabin tucked away in the mountains. It is even possible and reasonable to go on an African safari for your next vacation. I know, an African safari seems a little too exotic and certainly too expensive for a typical family trip. And you are right in that an African safari is not a typical way to spend a week or two as a family, but it certainly is becoming a more viable option as travel becomes easier and more reasonable. Admit it. There is at least a little bit of you that has always desired to take an African safari, to explore some of the world's wildest and most unknown places. I believe that you should start to make plans for an African safari if only because you want to. Don't let yourself get stressed out with all of the details that seem unrealistic. Instead, allow yourself to commit to planning a trip simply because it is something that would make your life richer and more full. There are many ways to start planning an African safari. You can always make a visit to your travel agent, if you have one, and allow them to help you begin making the dream of an African safari a reality. You can also utilize various travel and trip planning magazines that often give details and tips about how to go about planning and then enjoying great vacations like an African safari. And don't forget the incredible resource that you have in the internet. With a few hours of searching I'm confident that you can begin to make real progress on planning the trip of your dreams. Consider taking your African safari with a group of friends or with members of your extended family. Turn your dream trip into something that you can enjoy with the people you love most. Many times there are group discount rates for just about every aspect of a trip: the airfare, the hotel, and even the African safari itself. So for this trip, the more the merrier. If going on an African safari is something you dream about, why not make steps toward making the dream happen. Apply for a passport if you do not have one and begin setting aside money now even if your trip is still a few years away. Your African safari will be well worth all of the time and planning it takes to make it happen.

         
    Taking a motorcycle on your camping trip

     

    Traveling across the country on a motorcycle can be exhilarating. You have a greater sense of your environment and immediate surroundings on a motorcycle and can have a sense of freedom when riding. It’s a wonderful way to explore the countryside. Camping with your motorcycle, though takes some planning and adjustments from other, more traditional forms of camping. Because you won’t have as much space on a motorcycle as with a car, you have to pack lightly and include only the essentials. This is easier then it sounds but will take some planning. Make sure you choose items to take with you that are small and have multiple uses. A good multi tool knife is great and will allow you to do repairs and maintenance, cooking and preparing. Take a small bag for personal items and choose travel size bottles of everything needed. These are readily available at discount and grocery stores and will help save storage room. Use saddle bags for storing food, clothing and personal gear. You’ll have to economize so be prepared to wear the same clothing several times. Take re-closable plastic storage bags or plastic trash bags for disposing of items and for storing dirty clothes. You should have ample room in saddlebags and the glove compartment for small items. For sleeping and camping equipment, use the luggage rack or passenger seat and secure these items with bungee cords. Make sure to bring compact equipment that can tightly fold or roll up. You should easily be able to store a collapsible tent and sleeping bag. You can even add a sleeping mat for added comfort. If you intend to cook while camping out pack only what you’ll need. Look for camping recipes that only require one pot. There are many available and this will help conserve space. You can get eating utensils to store in a saddle bag. These do not take up much space. For safety, make sure your motorcycle is serviced and in good working condition before embarking on a trip. Chart your route so you know where gas stations and restaurants are on your route. These can be valuable in restocking food supplies and in emergency situations. Keep a map and compass handy so you don’t get lost on the road or while camping. You may not be able to camp in the lap of luxury when you bring your motorcycle but it will be a fun experience. Your motorcycle has ample room to store the necessities and if you can accept sleeping outdoors and only packing essentials, this can be a highly rewarding experience. Having a motorcycle available also gives you a lot more flexibility in traveling in and out of campsites. It is easy to pack all your gear and leave or go on a short sight seeing trip.

         
    Tents

     

    : Tents are used for any occasion and event. You can look tent as an open-air shaded pavilion, or a climate controlled banquet hall, practically overnight. It can be used to complete any of your goals regarding outdoor events. Tents are used for events, meetings, weddings, parties, and promotions. Tents are not only a shelter but provide elaborate and elegant environment. There are color graphics showing samples of the outdoor canopies, poly tarps, pipes, fittings, and tent accessories. Tents are made from waterproof, UVI resistant fabrics. You can see tents and canopy in different colors including red, white, blue green, red, yellow and more. The color range of tents should be soothing, as it fit to your party time, and you can use tent accessories and lighting for any timing. As if your party in noon it will require different type of color match, generally tents in light shade are best for any party in noon when sun is overhead. However tents for evening party should be semi dark colors that match the best when sun sets in the sky. There are large lines of colored sunscreen tarps, as well as fire retardant tarps. They come in different sizes and color choices. You can see frame tents that are extremely flexible, especially in allowing interior modification to fit the function. Lighting, sound systems, air conditioning and wall hangings can be suspended from the structure.

         
     
         
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