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SUMMER CAMPING
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sum¬mer is upon us and camp¬ing sea¬son is just around the cor¬ner. Whether you’re the ulti-mate back¬packer or your every¬day car camper, here are some uni¬ver¬sal tips for sum-mer camping.


MAKE YOUR CAMP¬SITE RESER¬VA¬TIONS NOW
While the idea of being the spon¬ta¬neous camper who decides where to go every week¬end might sound ideal, that’s not the real¬ity of today’s camp cul-ture. We’re not say¬ing you shouldn’t try to go camp¬ing even if it’s last minute, you might even get a site, but if you want to ensure a camp¬site in a pop¬u¬lar des¬ti¬na¬tion dur¬ing a pop¬u¬lar sum¬mer week¬end you’d be silly not to try and book in advance.

GET YOUR GEAR TOGETHER
We’ve all been there, maybe you were out late with friends or just plain pro-cras¬ti¬nat¬ing, but the morn¬ing to hit the road has finally come and you have yet to even start pack¬ing your camp¬ing gear. Don’t wait until the last minute to get all your gear together, nobody likes unrolling their tent at the camp-site only to remem¬ber that you for¬got to air it out at the end of last sum¬mer and now it smells like the dark¬est cor¬ner of your grandma’s basement.
We rec¬om¬mend get¬ting a camp bin, or three, it’s a great way to keep all your camp¬ing stuff together. Even if you are tout¬ing around a whole apart¬ments worth of stuff for your glamp¬ing trip there is no bet¬ter way to ensure that you won’t for¬get some¬thing than by hav¬ing it all in the same place.

LEAVE NO TRACE
We all know the drill, leave no trace. This rule doesn’t just mean that you clean up your trash after you’ve camped some¬where. In order to fol¬low this really know what “Leave No Trace” means you should famil¬iar¬ize your¬self with the seven prin¬ci¬ples of the rule:
1. Plan ahead and prepare.
2. Travel and camp on durable surfaces.
3. Dis¬pose of waste properly.
4. Leave what you find
5. Min¬i¬mize camp¬fire impacts.
6. Respect wildlife.
7. Be con¬sid¬er¬ate of other visitors.
These rules might as well be the com¬mand¬ments of camp¬ing, so famil¬iar¬ize your¬self with them. The biggest way to ensure that our nat¬ural won¬ders will be around for gen¬er¬a¬tions to come is if we all take part in main¬tain-ing them.

(this artical copy from website)


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