Ideas, Examples, Lists and Considerations for your first overnight kayaking camping trip. There’s enough information to get your head wrapped around what you’ll need.
When was the last time you were camping? Been a while, right? Now that the world has shut down and we are told to “Social Distance” ourselves, what are we to do and what is the best way to do it…hmm…stay cooped in the house for the next 30 days binge-watching TV, I think NOT! It’s time to start thinking about all the available Outdoor Activities still available. Hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, backpacking, geocaching, the list is endless! But let’s focus on “camping and the primary, as all the primary activity can be done form a campsite as “home-base.”
When renting, there are no long conversations with your spouse about how much all that dust-collecting gear cost and where you’ll be storing it!
A competitive cyclist’s relationship with food can be summed up in one word: intense. Our love of food runs deep and plays a role in almost every aspect of cycling. A hearty meal is the reward for a long day in the saddle.
While setting out to enjoy the outdoors, it is always a good idea to follow some simple camping tips – especially those that should guarantee that you stay dry during your camping trip. Being cold and wet are the two things that can ruin a camping trip!
All your peeps are planning an epic hike, and you’re tired of them making fun of you for carrying your necessities in your 1980’s fanny pack and the grocery bag from last night’s dinner!