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  1. The fine art of Wild Camping - how to make yourself fully comfortable!


    A 180 panoramic pic of "my" mountains

    And here we are again, time to see how to really enjoy wild camping.

    In the previous chapter we have seen how to properly set up a camp, now we'll see how to make yourself comfortable and how to add various elements that will make your stay something to remember.

    Let's start from recalling what are the basics of every camp: fire, sleeping tent, kitchen/storage ...
  2. The fine art of Wild Camping - Setting up the camp!


    That's where we usually camp...

    And here we are again!

    In Chapter 2 we defined what the basics of wild camping are, so it's now time to learn how to properly set up your camp.

    Let's go by steps: we have found the right spot and we have gathered the stuff we need to build up and maintain the camp, how do we actually organize it then? In order to so do, we need to define what are the basic elements ...

    Updated February 04, 2020 at 09:04 AM by Flinn

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    Hobbies & Interests , Entertainment , Travel
  3. The fine art of Wild Camping - the basics!


    Some woods are magic, mystic and ancestral

    So, in Chapter 1 we have seen what "wild camping" means and why I like it so much, therefore is now time to see how to organize the camping, starting from listing the main points of it:

    1. pick the spot
    2. decide how long and when you'll be there
    3. think on what you need and decide what to bring
    4. plan forward for possible troubles
    ...
  4. The fine art of Wild Camping - abiding in the middle of nowhere


    Above: the fireplace and the oven (left) that we built some years ago in the place we usually camp at

    A due introduction: this is not about survivalism, but about how to make yourself comfortable and fully enjoy wild camping. It's gonna be a sort of guide, where I'll share with you my 25 years old experience in this, in the hope that this will stimulate you to try it and of course enjoy it.

    What is wild camping, then? ...
  5. Part IV: Jetsetter [Africa] [THEN AND NOW SERIES}

    Part IV: Jetsetter [Africa]
    THEN AND NOW SERIES

    I had two advantures on the continent of Africa.
    In 2000 I was a Peace Corps Volunteer
    In 2006- 2008 I was a teacher at the international school.
    Both were in Beautiful Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

    In 2000, I joined the Peace Corps. We met in Philadelphia for initial training and a chance to get to know everyone. We were there for about three days. We then took a bus to New York and flew out on Air ...

    Updated May 07, 2015 at 09:45 AM by PikeStance

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    Travel
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