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camping in winter

If you’ve never been camping before and are thinking about going, it can be very challenging. So Bluu asked, “What advice do you have for someone who doesn’t camp very often?” This is what campers had to say:

 

  • “Gather wood if you intend to keep a fire going all night to keep you warm. Gather 5 times more after you think you’ve gathered enough. To have a relaxing experience use a Chaise Lounge chair when everyone gathers to warm their bodies from the fire.”

 

  • “Most of the food in a Patio Cooler Bar stays frozen. As a result, less ice is required in total.”    

 

 

  • Outdoor umbrella should be brought. They’re essential for rainy camping. They are lightweight, inexpensive, and may be used to shield anything from rain. Cover your tent and gear, or use them as a roof over your sitting/eating area.”

 

  • “Bring a lot of tin foil with you. It’s a camping food gift from God.”

 

  • “Always keep emergency blankets on hand. They’re so small and insignificant to carry around, but they reflect a lot of heat for their size. In the winter, they can also be used as tent liners to keep you warm and dry.”

 

  • “Go and pick up the best bug spray you can find in a trusted outdoor supply shop.”

 

  • “If you don’t have a lot of experience in cooking you can use a camping grill and a portable stove for simple foods like hot dogs or sandwiches.”

 

  • “Make sure someone knows where you’re going to camp and when you’re going to be back home. What could happen, you never know.”

 

  • “Clean everything in watertight bags, even if your backpack is waterproof.Separate dry bags should be purchased for clothes that can be completely sealed.”

 

  • “Don’t deviate too far from the path. If you don’t camp frequently, you’re supposed to forget something. You won’t want to spend hours hiking or driving to the nearest town.”

 

  • “Bring a bunch of socks. They’ll get smelly and wet, and you don’t want rashes.”

 

  • “You must bring your own wood. You are not permitted to accumulate wood in many places.”

 

  • “In case of emergency, bring carbohydrate snacks and store them in a sealed bag.”

 

  • “If your tent is brand new, practice assembling it first. If it’s raining, make sure you know how to do it swiftly. Carry a Cantilever Umbrella as it will keep you safe from the heaviest rains.”

 

  • “You bring in everything that you bring, and you bring out anything you bring out. Wait for your entire waste home to be transported with you if you camp. The first rule is to just leave steps and take pictures.”

 

  • “Camp with folks who have actually been camping before.”

 

  • “It all simply comes down to having the appropriate mindset. Accept the fact that you’ll be a little wet, a little muddy, a little cold, uneasy, and fatigued. After you have done that, you will be able to relax and go with the flow.”

 

  • “Prepare simple dinners such as meat, packed salad kits with dressing, foil-wrapped baked potatoes, or trash packages with cubed veggies and meat. Buy and wrap in foil sandwiches for uncomfortable meals or before making breakfast.’

 

  • “Make sure you have plenty of dehydrated items on hand. It’s the most effective. Chinese cheese soup, made using quick rice, powdered mashed potatoes, a block of non-refrigerated cheese, and dehydrated broccoli, is my favourite recipe.”

 

  • “Even better than toilet paper are biodegradable baby wipes. They come in little packs and can be used to clean a variety of surfaces (hands, wounds, cooking implements such as backpacking stove, camping stove, etc…).”
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