This article contains affiliate links. Keep It Simple! Unless you’re cooking a feast or a holiday dinner or plan to do nothing but sit around your campsite all day and eat, keep it as simple as possible. The purpose of your campground kitchen is to sustain and support your camping activities, NOT consume your time and energy. Apply this concept to your planning and packing. … Continue reading Campground Kitchen Basics
By following these guidelines, we ensure that our experience does not impose upon others or the natural habitat in which we are not only guests of, but caretakers. Rule No. 1 Leave No Trace Leave No Trace Ethics is a simple concept. Leave absolutely no trace of your visit. Leave your campsite exactly as you found it, only cleaner. Your family is just one of … Continue reading Car Camping 101: Camping Etiquette
To witness our dogs enjoy the great outdoors enriches our own experience. Exactly when and how the domestication of dogs occurred is a question of much debate. Sometime around 20,000 and 40,000 years ago, either man chose to domesticate the dog or the dog chose to domesticate man. One thing we do know for is for certain, it happened during a period when humans were still … Continue reading Canine Camping 101: Should I Take My Dog Camping?