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Tag Archives: camping
A friend of mine sent me this awesome info-graphic about S’mores. Don’t forget to take the family camping sometime. Hope you enjoy!
Looking for some helpful advice about the outdoors? Maybe you’d like to learn how to cut down a tree or sharpen a knife or do some research for an upcoming camping trip. Below, I’ve compiled 5 of my favorite outdoor … Continue reading
Are you looking for a great South Georgia retreat? On our way back from Savannah, the wife and I stopped at George L Smith State Park. The focal point of this park is the 412 acre lake, laced with cypress … Continue reading
Live prepared—you never know when darkness might find you. As hunters, the pitch-black beckons us in the wee hours of morning and swallows us up at the closing dusk. A good flashlight will guide our steps so we don’t turn … Continue reading
As the weather warms up, many families seek an outdoor escape. Camping brings families together and creates those special memories. What a satisfying evening: sitting around a dancing fire, roasting marshmallows and telling ghost stories. Most can bear “roughing it” … Continue reading
With spring finely upon us, many will be heading outdoors to camp, fish, geocache or take a gentle stroll in the park. Most states have a website dedicated to parks. These sites play an invaluable role for planning that next … Continue reading
In my last article, I used tinder and fire to illustrate a spiritual principal. For centuries, fire has played—and continues to play—an important role in our lives. Today, many seek to return to simpler times and learn the basic skills … Continue reading
This past Saturday, my son and I witnessed the day-to-day lifestyle of pre-1840’s pioneers and mountain men. Men and women walked around in period garb, demonstrating the skills of that era. We watched demonstrations on candle making, blacksmithing, Dutch oven … Continue reading
Camping Checklist Welcome once again to the camping world. Next time you plan that car camping trip, use this checklist. I know from experience that it’s next to impossible to remember every item you will need. Use my list as … Continue reading