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There is nothing much more exciting and rewarding than taking time off to socialize with family and friends. And, what better place to do that than the great outdoors; where everyone is in tuned with nature.
Provided through this elert is information that will assist you in your next venture into the great outdoors. Whether it's a weekend camping trip, pitching a tent, or engagement in extreme sports; this elert offers information that will of great benefit as you forget your worries and enjoy your outdoor recreation with friends and family
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|HOW TO PACK FOR THE TRIP:BY MAUD||Published: 09/04/09|
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If you've never been camping before, the first striking thing you'll notice about living in the wild is that there are no shops around. Leaving jokes aside, going on a camping holiday requires careful planning and packing, so that you can be sure you haven't overlooked anything. It wouldn't be very pleasant to discover that you've left some key item at home and you have no way of getting it. But it's not just what you pack, it's also how you pack it: some things may be needed more urgently than others may, so they should be easier to get a hold of.
First, make a list of everything you'll need to take with you. Imagine your daily activities and write down all the things you'll need. You might also pay attention to your home routines and record all the items you need during a day. Remember, however, that your holidays will be different from your regular days. For instance, if you plan to go hiking, you will need a map and a compass, a flashlight too, in case you may be walking at night or exploring dark caves. If you are going to a sunny place and you think you'll be lying in the sun, be sure to pack some sunscreen with you as well. These are just a few examples, but you can expand the list based on what your particular holiday will be like.
Second, decide where exactly each item should go in your luggage. To stick to the examples we have already seen, the compass and the map should not be at the bottom of your backpack; you don't want to take everything out when you need them. You're less likely to need sunscreen urgently, but it can't hurt if you can get it out of the bag easily.
One last piece of advice: you might still forget a few things even if you plan your holiday packing very carefully. However, you'll be surprised to discover how many things you can do without. Don't let small inconveniences spoil your holiday. After all, you're there to enjoy yourself. camping gear
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