A Look At Winter Camping

Thinking of that dark forth season conjures up pictures of iced over lakes, snow covered hemlocks, silent seemingly empty hardwood forests and rivers running with floating cakes of ice.  Most campers have put their gear away and wont venture out again until May.  But those of us that accept the challenges and possible discomforts of … Read more

Camping, It’s A Relative Term

“I’m going camping this weekend.” These days that can mean a lot of different things.  Let me give you a couple of examples from opposite ends of “camping,” then we’ll fill in the middle. Several summers ago I had the pleasure of meeting and spending some time talking with a wonderful retired couple, Hope and Fran. … Read more

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