Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas
Going on a camping trip is such an exciting adventure. Getting back to nature can be very refreshing and spending time in the great outdoors, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life can
You pitched a tent where? In the living room? Huh? Winter and spring evenings are chilly, but don't let that get in the way. Do indoor camping!
Carry Any Bottle With a JUG KNOT Handle
Carry Any Bottle With a JUG KNOT Handle: Tie a JUG KNOT around a water bottle, soda bottle, or aluminum bottle to make a secure carrying strap. Re-purpose any container into a reusable water bottle by adding a convenient carrying strap. This Instructable will demonstrate how to tie a JUG …
Camping with Toddlers, Infants, and Babies
How- to camping tips for Camping with Toddlers, Infants, and Babies. Camping gear, and planning checklists for camping with young kids
Indoor Camping Party: Decor, Menu, + Music
The weather’s getting colder, the days are getting shorter, and cabin fever is imminent. A weekend in the wild would cure what ails you… but the weather’s getting colder, your schedule is jam-packed, and none of the buses or trains go past any decent campsites. Time to invite your similarly-fevered friends over for an indoor camping party, s’mores and a (inevitable) sleepover! The Decor: Sleeping Like A Log Pillows, Think Geek, 16.
Robert Baden-Powell, affectionately known as B-P, was born in London in 1857 and was one of 10 children. His father died when he was three and he was raised by his mother, enjoying an active outdoor childhood with his brothers and his time at boarding school. He served in the British Army in India and Africa. While in Africa, Baden-Powell wrote an army training manual, Aids to Scouting. When he returned to England in 1903 he discovered that the book had become very popular and was being used…
Our little family went camping for the first time together last summer and we had a blast doing the tent thing, cooking out, hiking, and our favorite: s'mores over the campfire. We love camping around these parts! But let's face it--sometimes it is way too much work. Hauling out the tent, the sleeping bags, the blow-up mattress, the blankets, lanterns, bug spray, cooking supplies... Sometimes when the weather is cruddy, or you just don't have it in you to schlep all that stuff to a camp…
Who have you crossed paths with? The new and exciting interactive trading item. Great for Geocaching, Military, Businesses, Scouting and more!
Pathtags are custom interactive trading items. Your custom design is turned into a high quality metal tag - the Pathtag. Exchange Pathtags with others in person, in Geocaches, or by mail. People log them online and you can see who you have Crossed Paths With. There are thousands of unique designs to collect and trade for with people all over the world.