Cups are indispensable for camping, they are also beloved and used many times a day by everyone in the group! Cups are often associated with great and fun memories. And it seems even truer during a camping trip.
Here are a few cup tips for avid campers.
Vitamin C is not stored by the human body, that’s why it’s a daily need. Most people are getting plenty of it during a regular day. Where to get it? From fruits and vegetables. What if you don’t have access to them? What to do for vitamin C when spending a long period in the wilderness? Sure, it’s always possible to bring supplements, but forget about fruits, they are too heavy and their shelf life is too short! That’s why it is critical to know about foraging!
The way of the feather stick is the chosen path of bushcraft lovers. A “feather stick” is simply a stick finely shaved in a cluster of thin curls with a knife or other cutting object. Its primary purpose is to help start a fire; it’s especially beneficial when tinder is not available. Making an adequate feather stick requires skill and practice. It’s only one of the many skills a bushcraft practitioner should learn, and it’s not essential to wilderness survival. However, it’s one of the most rewarding skills to learn, and its practice has far-reaching positive effects on wilderness survival knowledge. Master Yoda would likely agree feathering sticks lead on the path of the force.
In the great outdoors everything you carry should be versatile, including food. Many condiments can not only “repair” a mediocre camping meal, but thanks to their medicinal properties, they can repair your body as well. You will read below our 5 stars list of multipurpose condiments.
It’s the beginning of summer, and a large number of people are getting ready for adventures in the Great Outdoors. People may feel totally free to do what they want in the wilderness, but can they? Unfortunately, there are important principles people should understand and follow when visiting the natural world.
What’s your preference for a wilderness trip, going solo or in a group? Wanting to be alone or in a group depends on your personality, the time allocated to your trip, your wants and needs, your experience and goals, etc. One thing is for sure, a majority of people would rather go in a group, especially with friends. However, it’s beneficial to highlight a few pros and cons before making this choice.
No better companion than a dog in the outdoors, right? Are you considering bringing Fido to the next outdoor adventure? Let’s review the pros but also examine the cons because this should not be a decision taken lightly.