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6 Awesome Places for Solo Female Campers

Camping is usually done with friends, but there are times when you want to head to someplace without any human presence next to you in the car. Those moments may not necessarily be triggered by despair, but a want to experience the world all by oneself. Hence, solo campers are often termed weird, but they […]

8 Things you should Not Bring with you on a Camp

Camping is when everything is fun. We all love to camp: we get to hang out with friends, spend some real time together; get rid of those mentally-draining electronic devices and spend away some part of our lives amid the wilderness. Who would not want that happen, at least once in their lives? Well, camping […]

Camp Fire Recipe: Cherry Coffee Cake

Who says you cannot have a delicious dessert beyond the campfire staples? Well, if you ever questioned this, check out the recipe below. If you do not like cherries, do Read more

6 Places to Camp Under a Starry Sky

Who does not love to spend some time lying beneath an infinite web of sparkling stars? Well, everyone loves it. We, humans, have been blessed with many places where one can go and check out the inexplicable beauty of the star-studded sky. It is a perfect escape from mundane city night sky and invitation to […]

Light Up Your Autumn Camping

With shorter days ahead it’s time to think about brightening your path As the year draws to an end days are becoming shorter, but this doesn’t mean it should stop you from your favourite outdoor activities. Hiking and camping in the late autumn can be as fun as during the summer months. You just need […]

5 Best Free Safety Apps for Perpetual Travellers

Inspired Camping... Smoothing the edges of roughing it! Cool Camping and Glamping - All your travel plans have been finalised, and you are ready to go on your trip. Everyone who travels knows that uncertainties are part of every travel plan. Show More Summary

Over the Line

"It's like the Iditarod with a chance of drowning," says Jake Beatty, one of the organizers of a bizarre, crazy race called the Race to Alaska. The course traces 750-miles of Alaska's Inside Passage through complicated currents and tides, busy shipping channels and bear-ridden coastlines from Port Townsend, WA to Ketchikan, AK. Show More Summary

Camping Trailer Security: Tips For Keeping Your Trailer Safe And Secure

Inspired Camping... Smoothing the edges of roughing it! Cool Camping and Glamping - Chris Moore is a Technical Support Advisor with ERDE, a camping trailer specialist. Here, he shares his top tips for keeping your trailer secure during a camping holiday. Show More Summary

How To Get Planning Permission For A Glamping Business

Inspired Camping... Smoothing the edges of roughing it! Cool Camping and Glamping - Recently I was discussing with a client how to get planning permission for a glamping business when you’re starting your campsite from scratch. In my...Show More Summary

Campfire Recipe: Crowd Pleasing Ham Sandwiches

2 weeks agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

How does one handle feeding a crowd while camping? The answer is simple. Either a big pot of chili or this recipe below will help you feed that crowd. Need Read more

What are the Best Dog Breeds for Survival? 8 Breeds to Consider

Survivor's Fortress Survivor's Fortress - Prepare for Everything - Ready for Anything The phrase “man’s best friend,” is not simply an empty platitude. Dogs have been recognized as one of the first domestic animals and actually domesticated themselves to us. Show More Summary

Camp Fire Recipe: Chicken, Noodle, and Potato Chip Casserole

3 weeks agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

When I was growing up, my mother specialized in budget friendly meals. The recipe below is an adaptation of one she used to fix all the time. If you look Read more

Tales of Terror Vol. 8

For our eighth annual Tales of Terror episode, we have not three, but five stories that span the range of things to fear--from angry men with shotguns, to bears and mountain lions, to things that really don't have any explanation in the world of science.  First, we visit an abandoned Pennsylvania town with Joe Shearer. Show More Summary

6 Types of Camping Tents you should Know About

A camping tent is an extremely important item for all those who love outdoor adventure. It does not matter whether you are setting up a camp for a hiking expedition or planning a family trip, a safe and secure tent is what you need to chill out and sleep. A camping tent makes up for […]

How to Build an Altoids Tin Survival Kit: Items to Consider

Survivor's Fortress Survivor's Fortress - Prepare for Everything - Ready for Anything Preppers understand all too well that their work is never done. There is always something to do, something to be learned, something that could one day save your life. Show More Summary

Top Three Ski Resorts in the Alps

Inspired Camping... Smoothing the edges of roughing it! Cool Camping and Glamping - Winter has officially arrived and for some people that can only mean one thing, it’s time to dig out the ski gear and hit the slopes! Not only does a...Show More Summary

7 Incredible Camping Gadgets you should Definitely Check Out

Technology has influenced nearly everything on this planet, and there is no reason why camping should be left out. With time and technological developments, people have come out with diverse camping-related innovations that take the entire camping experience to a whole new level. It, therefore, becomes all the more important to know about these gadgets […]

How to Survive an EMP Attack: 10 Things to Consider

Survivor's Fortress Survivor's Fortress - Prepare for Everything - Ready for Anything An EMP, or electromagnetic pulse, is a bit of a unique kind of disaster to prepare for, but any prepper worth their weight in salt would be well advised to do so. Show More Summary

The Shorts--Yard Sale

"On a typical day, I taught farmers how to snowplow and chased foreign exchange students through the parking lot as they careened toward diesel pickup trucks," Tyler Neese remembers from his winters in college at an Iowa ski hill. "While...Show More Summary

5 Smart Things to Carry while on Wild Camping

Are you planning to brave the wilderness? Yes, we are talking about wild camping, and we know you would be excited about it, but, hey, you need to pay attention to this article—for your own good. Wild camping is a venturesome form of camping. It is different from other forms of camping because in this […]

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