There’s nothing better than taking a shower after being in the wilderness for a week or so. Finally being able to properly clean yourself feels wonderful after being limited to the sanitation basics of the backcountry trail. However, campers must be especially vigilant about doing everything they can to practice excellent hygiene even while out in the woods.
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Today’s hunting experience is typically laden with modern technology. From multi-tools that include a camping knife, to high-powered rifle scopes, to special telescopic lenses, most hunters rely on a plethora of gizmos to take down their game. However, one ancient, gadget-free form of hunting is gaining popularity in the southern United States: knife hunting.
For millennia, humans gathered around a campfire every evening to share food, stories and love. Perhaps those early years in human civilization are somehow wired into our genetic makeup. Especially in today’s world of endless digital distractions, a campfire has a magical ability to create a serene environment where people can unwind and watch their troubles float away like smoke on the breeze.
Camping is a great summer activity. The fresh air, the lush vegetation, and the freedom from the daily grind are all reasons to pack up and head for the hills. But did you know that camping doesn’t have to end with summer? Many people are enjoying camping months into the fall season. Sure, the weather may not be as warm or sunny as during the summer months, but with a little planning and preparation fall camping can be just as much fun. And since many people put away their camping gear once summer draws to a close, the previously overcrowded camping hot spots are usually very available.