Outdoor Activities and more
As Christmas comes the majority of people start looking for presents. In case you happen to have outdoorsy friends, the good news is that there are a lot of options for you to consider that could bring a smile on their faces.
Camping or backpacking in the snow appeals to anyone who enjoys the beauty and peacefulness of a pristine winter wonderland. There are no bugs or crowds, and who doesn't enjoy playing in the snow? With a little preparation, you also might be surprised at how comfortable it can be.
Winter camping means having to deal with harsh elements and cold weather. The latter is perhaps the most outstanding feature of the winter camping experience. Cold weather can be a source of great discomfort for many, but for some survivalists, camping in the snow poses an exciting challenge and is a way to put your skills to the test. If you’re well prepared and know what you’re doing, winter camping can help you better understand your capabilities as well as your limits.
When the canvas part of the camper is set up, it can get wet. If you're not able to dry it before you have to fold the camper up again, the conditions are just right for mold. What's worse, the insipid growth can infect every area of your camper. Follow these instructions to remove the current mold infestation from your camper and take steps to protect it from the elements to keep future problems.
If your footwear becomes damp and covered with mud, clean them immediately after use, do not leave them dirty to dry. Natural chemicals such as acids and alkalis which are found in different soils and dirt can work their way into...
As El Nino furnishes parts of North America with a bit of autumn weather drama, many campers, fishermen, hikers, and hunters are sacrificing time outside in favor of the safety and security of their homes. But for these dedicated outdoorsmen, promises of an upcoming mild winter translate to more time close to nature.