Have a Couple Camping With Your Spouse (I)

Couple Camping

Couple Camping

Are you outdoor enthusiasts? Or have you experienced couple camping with your spouse? If you haven’t, you should have a try. Couple camping is a great way to get to know each other and build your relationship, at the same time, it also is a fantastic, memorable and romantic dating experience. Do you want to have a couple camping with your lover? If you want, this post is for you, we will offer some tips and instructions about couple camping.

For a successful couple camping, a male at least can do those things followed:

  • Drive and pack a car
  • Map reading and driving directions
  • Make a fire at your camping site
  • Manage the charcoal BBQ
Camping Tent for Couple Camping

Camping Tent for Couple Camping

For a female, you should do those things followed:

  • Decide what groceries and utensils you should take
  • Make a bed for you
  • Pick the camping site
  • Make a plan about the days’ activities

While there are some tasks need you both of you to do, as followed:

  • Unpacking the car
  • Erect a camping tent
  • Collect firewood
  • Preparing and cooking food
  • Washing the dishes

We just mentioned those tasks for single or couple in this post, we will offer some instructions about what you should take and important note for your couple camping in next post, so stay tuned!

Take For a Camping Trip

It becomes warmer and warmer. Have you ever think about for go for a camping?

Camping is an exciting time of year for the whole family in order to find any peace or solitude! There are many valid reasons for escaping the routines of ordinary life, and camping facilitates that escape for many of us. We all need a return to nature now and then, and we all can benefit with a break from our routines. The thought of sitting around a campfire under a clear sky, gazing up at the stars and listening to the sounds of the night can strengthen our bodies, pacify our minds and restore our spirits. Camping is rejuvenating! However, whether you are going alone into the wilderness, or taking the whole family, you need to ensure you have the right camping equipment to ensure you are safe, comfortable, and raring to go!

Here is a camping list of what to take.

  • A camping tent
  • Storage for in the tent
  • A footprint to keep warmth in
  • A carpet for comfort underfoot
  • A plastic mallet
  • Tent pegs
  • Sleeping bag(s)
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Eating/drinking tableware
  • Furniture (camping chairs/table)
  • Clothes/Shoes/Spares
  • A bag for dirty washing
  • Games
  • Insect repellent
  • Toilet roll
  • A torch
  • A cool box or bag(s)
  • A camping stove for cooking
  • A lantern for night-time
  • Washbag and towel with toiletries
  • Medicine/First aid kit


In addtion, in order to bring much fun to your camping trip, you can take with a camping BBQ grill, for instance, a portable fire pit or a charcoal bbq grills. Why to choose the charcoal bbq. When portability is the most important requirement, charcoal grills are a good choices. Charcoal can work and there are several small portable units available; just make sure you have a plan for what to do with the used briquettes.

College Students Spring Break Ideas (II)

Spring Break

Spring Break

We have talked some spring break ideas for college students in previous post, we will discusss others in this post.

  • Cruise 
Spring Break Ideas - Cruise

Spring Break Ideas – Cruise

If you want to visit several locations, maybe you should take a cruise, it is the greatest way to go several places and enjoy being on the cruise ship. Except enjoying visiting different places, there are many things you can do on the ship, such as, swimming, dancing, eating delicious food, enjoying a spa, etc. I don’t think you should take this cruise alone, if you have a girl/boy friend, enjoy this cruise with her/him no question. Or ask some best friends to be with you as well as your girl/boy friend. Take a cruise is a lot of run and in many cases is really affordable so look for cruise destinations this spring break.

  • Camping Trip
Spring Break Ideas - Camping Trip

Spring Break Ideas – Camping Trip

For outdoor enthusiasts, the spring break make them get a chance to enjoy themselves in the wild. Are you outdoor enthusiasts? If you are, I don’t think you will miss this chance to have a fantastic camping trip with your family or friends. We have to admit that it is the best time to have a camping trip now, because it is not hot or cold, you don’t need to take too much equipment to keep cold or keep warm. According to the number of how many people will attend your camping trip, take a camping tent with you, maybe a 2 – 3 man pop up camping tent, or a 6 – 8 Man 4 rooms dome family camping tent. Except camping tent, portable camping stove also is one of the necessities, as well as some classic camping stoves accessories, including water heater for frontier camping stove, of course, needn’t the frontier stove tent flashing kit in the spring, so there is no need to consider it.

We just some ideas of spring break, maybe you have some other ideas, you can tell us by leaving a comment. Anyway, have a wonderful and meaningful spring break.

Make The Camping A Fashion

The Latest Camping Fashions
You might think of fashion as something strictly for city life. It don’t belong to the wild life. So lots of individuals will say that, they don’t need to dress to impress in the wild. Camping is about getting in touch with something deeper than the superficial concerns of seeing and being seen. However, you aslo can make the wild life a fashion because you ignore the fun of fashion which camping brings to YOU.

Let your personal style influence your camping gear with these high-style, but still practical camping fashions, including fashionable hat, luggage bags for camping, stylish dresses, sleeping bag, high-style boots or shoes, and well-defined waists in jackets and tops, pastel hues and fitted jeans, especially for women.

Camping not only make your enjoy the fashion in the wild, also the thrill of pitching your tents for camping in a new and undiscovered part of the world is something many people enjoy and relish, but it can also be a time of mixed emotions as a fear of the unknown kicks in. You have to take note of the following three must-do things in your trip.

1. You must… do a bit of research—Prior planning is significant before every camping trip, no matter how near or far you’re thinking of going. It’s essential to get up to speed with the terrain you’ll be setting up camp on and what awaits you in terms of climate and the different types of wildlife.
2. You must… pack a first-aid kit.
3. You must… get mosquito nets and repellent—There’s nothing worse for a camper than leaving behind mosquito nets and repellent and then having a shocking night’s sleep as the little blighters take chunks out of any exposed skin and cause general chaos.

Enjoy your camping trip!

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How To Be A Well-mannered Camper

camping etiquette

Whether you are an experienced camper or planning your first camping trip, be sure to pay attention to your manners at the campsite and in your party tents. Here are a few tips and suggestions from some outdoor enthusiasts to teach you to be a well-mannered camper. You’d better not have this point that you can treat your campsite as if no one will ever use it again. Maybe, you’ll come again with your family.

Of couse, besides, being a good neighbor is a big part of staying at campgrounds. You need to be considerate of other campers, and you have the right to consideration from others. Here, I make a brief summary about camping etiquettes.

1. Don’t litter. Moreover, before leaving the campsite, clean your campsite make it as clean as you would want it if you were arriving that day. The next camper will appreciate it.

2. Don’t be too loud. Quiet Hours are typically from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m.. Voices carry far at night. Moderation is essential. And control your noise and your pets.

3. Don’t infringe on the campsites of others. If you want more room then you should move to a vacated space to do so, not into the space of fellow campers.

4. Don’t intimidate wildlife.

5. Don’t build fires around your camping tents outside designated areas.

6. Take everything you bring. Ideally your campsite should be cleaner than it was when you got there; others do not want to deal with your left-behinds. However, for me, my family usually arrives near or after dark at our campsite. One thing I always look forward to is the campfire but it’s hard to find wood in the dark. Therefore, I’d like to leave a few logs and some kindling for the next campers so that they can have a fire the night they arrive.

7. Be respectful of the natural environment — keep the trees and shrubs alive and growing. Don’t cut living trees down.

8. Stick to the signposted tracks and trails. Going off the trail can damage the environment and the homes of the wildlife that lives there. It could also be risky to wander off where there might be dangerous animals.

9. Assign responsibilities within your group.

If you can follow these rules and be respectful in general, then everyone can have a good time and you could even make some new friends out of your neighbours. What a wonderful thing?

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