Posts Tagged With: Camping

Family picnicking on top of a felled Sequoia – 1917

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Family picnicking on top of a felled Sequoia with their car, 1917

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Home on the Range

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Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho, 1921

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Bowlus Road Chief

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20130731-124842.jpgSeeing the country from the comfort of your own recreational vehicle is about as American a tradition as we can think of. With the Bowlus Road Chief ($100,000) you can do it in style and luxury — and you can tow it with nearly any vehicle, thanks to its light weight of only 2,800 pounds. It has an aerodynamic design, with a welded tube aluminum frame, and an aircraft grade aluminum sheeting exterior. Inside, it has a convertible bed that transforms from a king to a twin, a bathroom with a shower, a dining room with chairs that convert to two additional beds, and a fully-functioning kitchen. Additional amenities include a solar panel, a detachable awning, a charging station for your gadgets, and more.
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1,890 uses – Mollyjogger Sack

1,890 uses.

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Lakeside

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Look Ma’…I Caught One.

String Yank Technique  Frame 1: Tie off a loop with some fishing line. Place the loop over the hook's shank and lightly pull it against the bend of the hook.   Frame 2: With your other hand, press down and back on the hook's eye.   Frame 3: Continue pressing down on the hook's eye. Quickly and firmly jerk the fishing line backward, ensuring that the line is parallel to the shank. Don't worry: only a tiny bit of flesh is behind the barb. It won't hurt too much. Clean and bandage.  Advance & Cut Technique  Frame 1: Using pliers, advance the point of the hook (including the barb) out of the skin. Follow the natural curve of the hook.  Frame 2: Use your pliers to cut the hook below the barb.  Frame 3: Remove the hook by backing it out through the wound. Clean and bandage.

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Black and White

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…Because I Don’t Cornhole

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St. Pierre Presidential Horseshoe Set
Made in the U.S.A.

No backyard barbecue or beachside clambake is complete without a rousing game of horseshoes. Designed by a former champion, each solid-steel piece is crafted for balance and treated with a non-slip finish to prevent chipping, abrasion, corrosion and weathering.

 

Bocce Ball Set          Bocce Ball Set

Bocce Ball Set
Made in the U.S.A.

A knock out game to play with the kiddos – or friends, with a gin fizz in hand – this collectible wooden kit comes in a cloth bag with the instructions to play printed on it, in addition to the hand-cut, screenprinted instruction manual.

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Glamping with All My Rowdy Friends

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This looks like a fancy way to get kicked out of every campground I visit!

Post Script:  I am really starting to dislike the word Glamping.  In the same sort of way I dislike the word blogging, and most probably for the same reason my friend Jill detests the sound of the word doppelganger.

 

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No Man is an Island

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