Barbara Jennings

Fri, 19 May 2017 21:48:21 +0000

Camping is a blast!! – friends, family, yummy camping food and fun camping games. The one thing I don’t love? Sleeping in a tent. When bedtime comes, I can barely sleep because I’m so uncomfortable. So, I’ve been looking for ways to make our camping trips a little more comfy, and I’ve definitely found some great ideas with these tent hacks and camping gear!!


    This saves all that ice water from swishing around in the cooler. It gives ice water too!

    For a quick and easy camping breakfast, put ziplock bags full of your favorite cereal bowl inside of disposable cups!

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    Now this is how you set a tent up. With a campsite like this all of your camping equipment will be the best.

    Haha, great idea!

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    The Decagon Link Station has modules available to make your own interesting solution. Link, dome, link screen and the car tarp are all possibilities for making a most amazing compound fit for anyone wanting to camp. Create a centralized hub with “wings” for cohabitation or group everything as you see fit for a more modular and house-like effort.