“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach of us more than we can ever learn from books.” – John Lubbock
A true camper knows how much joy a night in the wilderness can bring. The bonds made over a bonfire and a starlit sky, whether with family, friends, or complete strangers, will be cherished forever. To some of us it is even a place to reset, relax and declutter, and that comfort cannot be found even in the coziest of resorts. However, a well-planned camp can save you a lot of energy and make or break your next camping trip! So here are some simple steps and pointers for a successful tent pitching.
Camping is sacred. You are either with or against the powerful force of nature which is nourishing but can also be punishing. The best campers know to respect the nature and ground below them. Always leave the campsite clean as it was before and take all trash back with you. Additionally, take this precautions while selecting a campsite.