Charging Phones When Camping
keeping phones charged when camping or on outdoor trips can be crucial for safety in case of emergency, and for those that need to be in touch with work or children, it can be a real headache. Continue reading
keeping phones charged when camping or on outdoor trips can be crucial for safety in case of emergency, and for those that need to be in touch with work or children, it can be a real headache. Continue reading→
Could this be the simplest way to carry power with you – to have a battery pack, preferably one that can cope with rough and tumble? Continue reading→
This portable heater can be used in a large tent that won’t warm up with body heat, to make getting up in the morning more comfortable. Some one has to leap out and turn it on, but then snuggle up a little longer before making the morning brew. Continue reading→
The Wenzel Klondike is a good family basecamp tent that has been around for some years. The tent has a full mesh roof, a removable fly and an attached screen room. With plenty of space and room to stand up inside, a family of four to six people could have a great time in this two-room tent.
The screen room in front has a floor, can be used as a bug-free eating area, a sun room or as a second sleeping area if needed as the panels can be zip-closed for privacy. Continue reading→
This popular tent has a great deal to recommend it and has been one of the top choices among family campers and camping groups for many years.
Everyone is different and we all have our preferences so it’s a good idea to know as much as possible about a tent before buying it, so do read on to see if this is the one for you.
The sturdy modified dome construction and the layout of The Elite® Montana™ 8 Tent makes it an ideal choice for an extended stay with the kids. The tent is spacious and comfortable, and the layout is long and narrow, rather than square. This is the upgraded version of the Coleman Montana 8 Tent, the same design but with added features and a change of color.
The decision to buy a tent is in the detail, so I have set out all the features and their performance to help you discover whether this is the right tent for your family or group.
You’re reading up on the bits and pieces you might need to have a super adventure in a National Park and then – there’s that word again – you think you get the gist of it but, wait a minute, what exactly is a ‘dilly bushwrap’ anyway?
Don’t worry. I made that one up. There’s no such thing as a ‘dilly bushwrap’, though it has a nice ring to it – perhaps we can come up with something it can be 😉
The point is, sometimes you wish you could just get a quick answer to that question, and I am making something that will help, so do read on…
When choosing your tent it’s useful to know the kind of surroundings you will be in, and what home comforts will be available so that the tent you buy is the best for the situation. If you want to know what to expect, or what to ask about the place where you’ll be camping, read on. Continue reading→
I wonder, what’s the first image that jumps into your head when ‘camping’ is mentioned? Is it sitting around a campfire singing songs, tramping around on the side of a mountain – or do you think of touring for miles in a camper van?
If you want to know the main points to look out for before you buy a tent, then you’ll find this article helpful. Here we’ll discuss the size of the tent, the seasons you want to go camping, the style of camping you want to do and how to identify value for money. After reading this article, you should be able to narrow down the type of tent you need and what features are important to you.
This is the first step to help you find the right kind of tent for your purpose and choose the best buy. Continue reading→