TIPS, TRICKS & ADVICE
· The less you pack, the less you have to carry. The less you have to carry, the easier it will be on your back. Trust me, pack light. I see it as a fun survival experience. Test yourself, by the time you get to the campsite you’ll want to enjoy nature by hiking, taking pictures, and really enjoying the scenery.
· Even though you’re cell phone will not work out in the wild, fully charge everything before you leave the house. Camera, Video Camera, and Ipod (if you’re bringing those) As for your phone; turn it off, pack it up, safe and secure, put it in your car, lock your car, and don’t worry about it. The only reason I say you should bring it is because for emergencies only.
· Try and “mini size” as much as you can. Invest in smaller containers which will make your camping experience easier. Plus, aren’t those travel size containers adorable anyway? (I’m obsessed with them).
· Get rough, go enjoy everything nature has to offer. Hike, jump, run, climb trees!
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