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  1. #121

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    I spent the night a couple of times under the open sky, only in a sleeping bag. Now we always take a tent with us. Sometimes I can go to sleep just by the fire, but we always have tents and they are set up. I usually go hiking with my family and they love comfort very much. I often read on the Internet such portals as https://wildproofgear.com/ . There are many interesting tips and reviews of things for hiking and outdoor activities. We often stop at the campground by car and I’m thinking of buying a camp cot. It seems to me that this will increase comfort and it will be possible to sleep without a tent if the night is rather warm and there is no rain.
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  2. #122
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    Relic & Nugget hunting, but I do it all
    I set up a tent when it's cold, raining or the bugs are thick. One thing i don't like about tents is when I hear something stirring about camp in the night and I have to go outside to check it out. I always think it's a bear getting into things but it's never happened. One night I awoke to a sound outside so I had to get up and investigate. It turned out to be a wood rat. We had left a 1/2 gallon of Canadian Whiskey on a stump and the rat got it down and was rolling it around. My brother asked what the commotion was all about and I "said a wood rat trying to get a drink of whiskey". He replied "well I never begrudge anyone a drink".

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by retiree View Post
    Experiencing the great outdoors is exactly right. We are always outside of our camper even if it's just relaxing in a chair reading
    a book. I see alot of people pull into their site put out the satalite dish and you hardly ever see them out. What a waist.
    are they fat??

  4. #124
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    dirt sniffer

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    This is a couple years ago Click image for larger version. 

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  5. #125
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    "WP"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nagant View Post
    This is a couple years ago Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice setup!

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  6. #126
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    John

    Dec 2018
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    We camp all over the country in our customized hi-top van, all the comforts of home in a small package.We love to get out in the wilderness as far as we can get dispersed camping in our countries National Forests and State Parks.Last fall we camped the back country of Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota for 6 weeks. This fall it will be the Smoky Mtns. The nice thing about van camping is all we have to do to strike camp is pull the plug and we are off to the next adventure.
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  7. #127
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    nomad roman numeral 2

    Nov 2009
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    NO ! does that answer your question ? anymore questions ?
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  8. #128
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    Relic & Nugget hunting, but I do it all
    If I don't detect the smell of canvas, then I'm not camping. End of story!
    Last edited by Nevada Prospector; Sep 25, 2019 at 12:12 PM.
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  10. #130
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    Sleeping on the ground or even an inflatable mat is terribly uncomfortable for me. Switching to a good hammock (Warbonnet Blackbird XLC with a tarp) was a game-changer. Rocky, sloping ground? No problem. All you need is two trees.
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  11. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Dog View Post
    After going camping with my son a couple years ago, a friend of his asked him if he could borrow our tent. My son came home perplexed because he had no idea what a tent was. we Have always made our shelters on site, using site based materials. Everything from wood to grass, leaves, moss,stones, snow, ice, sticks and mud.
    My boys are in Boy Scouts. My favorite camp of the year is the survival camp out. Most of the kids bring tarps, PVC pipe, whatever to make a shelter. Last year I made my shelter out of limbs and palm fronds and made my sons do the same. They learned different ways to start a fire. That's camping!

  12. #132
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    nomad roman numeral 2

    Nov 2009
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    NOT ME ! i'm a zombie. i cant even enjoy metal detecting anymore. which takes a heeluva lot of of will and determination. so over the winter months i'm going to try and gather some and store some up. so maybe just maybe i'll have enuf to go again come spring time?

  13. #133
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    nomad roman numeral 2

    Nov 2009
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    OH I FORGOT ? i already posted to this thread. but i thought of a better one. yep

  14. #134
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    Sep 2019
    Davie, Fl
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    Few years back, I took my eldest son on an overnight kayak trip on Blackwater river near Naples, Fl. It was July. The ranger thought we were crazy cause no one camps out in July. Well, we found out why. Besides it being unbearably hot, which I can tolerate. Mosquitoes were also tolerable. It's the sand fleas. They were a nightmare. No amount of Off will deter them. But it was an experience I'll always cherish. Getting stuck on the muck at low tide in the bay. Getting lost in the mangroves that block Palm bay due to low battery in GPS. My son getting a fire going only to have me trip over a stick and snuff it out (twice). It was a hoot!

 

 
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