Do you love camping outdoors and the wilderness, but you also adore your partner? So, why not join these two together, and voila, you will get twice fun and pleasure! You do not need to panic if your romantic plans for your camping trip may turn into a relationship survival test. Of course, you may experience inclement weather conditions, getting lost in the wild, getting chilly at night, having squabbles, and getting hungry.Continue reading
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In recent years, probably coinciding with the rising popularity of all things digital - internet, cable television, and mobile devices, it seems that parenting has moved indoors. For adults who had the good fortune to grow up playing in creeks, lying their back in a field and looking for cloud shapes, or just meandering through a forest, it seems that modern childhood has lost something of great value.
How long has it been since your child chased a butterfly or built a fort in the backyard from which to repel all manner of imaginary invaders? If the idea of getting the little ones outside more often seems like an insurmountable obstacle, here are some ways to teach your child to love the outdoors.
By some estimates, children spend about eight hours daily with electronics and less than half an hour outside. The task is not impossible, but it will take genuine effort to change the trend. You’ll be bucking what has been established as the status quo, and that’s never easy. Perhaps your best hope for success is to make small changes in routine that result in more time spent outside, hope they enjoy the wondrous synergy that can exist between humans and nature, and build on that.
If you find yourself exercising too much of the totalitarian parenting style, read this has a wonderful take on the idea of free-range parenting, and the great outdoors is the perfect place to practice.
To some extent, you should be able to give your to-do list an outdoors flair. Yes, you have to feed the little ones lunch, but there’s no law that says it must be eaten in the dining room or in front of the television. Pack a picnic lunch and make the fifteen second trek to the great outdoors in your own backyard. For the truly adventurous, head for a nearby park. Done right, kids appreciate this change in routine and will start to ask when the next picnic lunch is.
If you’re feeling exceptionally brave, have everyone, including yourself, turn off all electronics - including smartphones - for the duration of the meal. This practice teaches youngsters and adults that you can, indeed, survive for short periods of time without being “plugged in.”
There are so many wondrous, amazing, and startling things to see in nature. Most of us will never slow down long enough to watch the wildlife in and around a bubbling brook or observe a blue jay hard at work annoying a cat, or get down on hands and knees to study a set of tracks in the dirt. While all-out sprints and shrieking and tumbling in the grass are part of the reason you want to get your kids outside in the first place, nature is also the perfect forum to slow down, sit down, and thoughtfully examine the intricate details that exist.
There is a certain amount of inherent wonder and sense of accomplishment in going into the wild and coming back with something for the table. We’re not suggesting you must slaughter and field-dress a deer in the deep woods, then hike out with a backpack of bloody meat. That extreme isn’t necessary. There are less gory ways to proceed. Depending upon where in the geographical world of nature you live, hit a nearby stream for fishing, gather wild mushrooms (stay away from the psychedelics), or put in a small garden.
Nothing piques a child’s sense of wonder like watching a plant they put in the ground deliver the goods in the form of a scrumptious tomato or cucumber or zucchini. Keep in mind that you don’t need a spare acre of land for gardening. There are inventive ways to grow plants in small spaces. All you really need is a plastic tub and corner on the back deck or front porch.
Perhaps the most clever way to inculcate outdoors loving kids is to make those smart phones they love so much part of the mix. Nature photography isn’t just for professionals. Give the idea of shooting wildlife a whole new meaning as you learn the basics of taking beautiful pictures together.
Once you get back to the house, take the time to study the pictures for things that may have been hiding in plain sight. There are hundreds of online forums for sharing and commenting on wildlife pictures. Get the kiddos interested in showing off their work, even if it’s just to email the best pictures to a friend or grandparent.
Teaching kids to love the outdoors shouldn’t be a traumatic experience for either you or the little ones. The first thing to lodge in your noggin is that this is indeed a worthwhile pursuit, and that time spent outside is a benefit to their overall development as well-rounded citizens of the world. They may grow up to be the most sophisticated urbanites you can imagine but, at least, they will have known what it feels like to shuck their shoes, roll up their pants legs, and walk barefoot through a creek.
As a parent, you owe your children the chance to develop an interest in nature. Who knows where it may lead? You might plant a tiny seed - literally or figuratively - that turns out to be a life-changing experience. Our final advice is to start small. There’s not need to make your first task a two-week primitive camping trip in the Rocky Mountain wilderness. Start small, with some of the ideas presented here - and good luck!
Being a boy scout or girl scout entails a lot of camping trips. It's one way scouts they can learn new things and also apply what they've learned in their scout meetings. As a boy scout’s parent, I’m sure you want him to have the everything he will need to have the best time. Your role in this is to encourage them and to supervise them, especially as they pack. You should prepare a boy scout camping list together and make sure they pack everything on it.Continue reading
Camping gives people a unique opportunity of spending amazing time outdoors. Also, it gives people chances on increasing their modern conveniences and be closer to nature as well. A study also shows that spending time outdoor can reduce anxiety and stress, whether it is camping or backpacking.
However, it doesn’t mean that campers need to compromise the rejuvenation and comfort of sleep. For campers to fully enjoy outdoor activities, it is important that they get enough sleep. With the help of the right gears and prior preparation, any camper can have a good sleep and can appreciate the fresh air and starry night skies. Here are some helpful tips that every camper can use.
Many campers have found the buff being an important piece of fabric for their lives as campers. It is one of the best headgear options you can get for using on a camping trail. You can end up using the same model for various uses depending on what you are looking to achieve. It is always important that you understand how to wear buff correctly to fully utilize what it has to offer.Continue reading
Summer is upon us. And do you know what that means? Yes, you can now host a backyard party for friends, colleagues, and neighbors. And you will be able to showcase your cooking skills!
But before you decide on which dish you would want to serve to your guests, shouldn’t you list down the things you need for the party first?Continue reading
A tent serves an important role when it comes to having a shelter while outdoors. A tent can easily be mounted in different places, so at the end of the trip, you can expect to have some dirt and grime accumulating on the tent. It is advised that you always take good care of your tent so that it remains in pristine condition. You might want to clean the tent each time after having a camping trip.Continue reading
Having a hammock is often great for someone looking for a place to relax for hours while at home. The hammocks would often be hanging outside, so they would be susceptible to dirt and other types of grime. You can get mud, coffee, and other types of dirt after a leaving it to hang out for a whole season or several weeks. You will be uncomfortable knowing that where you are resting is a place full of dirt. This calls for looking for a way to clean the hammock.Continue reading
For all the nature lovers and adventurers over there, who spend days and nights exploring nature, what is that one thing that you find most annoying during your trips? I bet 95% of you would say the bugs are buzzing around you and biting you during your camp trips. These small insects can be a real nuisance and can ruin your good camp out, irrespective of whether you choose the cabin tents for your stay.