The theme of the outdoors provokes some pretty strong emotions. Mostly it's hard to find someone who opposes a large forest strip and fresh country air (only made better by the wafting smells of s & # 39; mores over an open campfire).
To exchange everything for the day is one thing, but to camp overnight? Well, that is something completely different. Self Food52s co-founder Amanda Hesser who grew up in the forests of Pennsylvania and enjoys collecting salamanders and climbing rocks, prefers comfort at night.
"I'm shopping in the romance of camping and there's nothing I love well done, niche stuff but as someone with busy schedules when I do I've got the time, the idea of packing a lot of equipment and food and transporting it into a less comfortable environment, taking time to revive the appearance of a settlement, then deconstruct and package it within a few days. "I know it does not, "she explained." Besides, there is the fear of where I will bathe or go to the bathroom. Who needs that kind of worry in your spare time ?! "
Ditto in all points for this girl who likes glamping (glamorous camping) and the après-trekking aspect of camping rather than the actual camping (though it cuddles ) -friendly sleeping bag can only mine I enjoy the comfort of a prefabricated tent, furnished lodge or even a yurt while watching beans simmer over a fire in hot enamelware which I probably did not launch myself But different strokes!
Whether you're a legitimate camper or a real glamor, you desperately need accessories, we've listed some of our favorites below, some are less important than others, we admit it, but it's all in the name of appreciating downtime with Mother Nature in our own way. Do not forget the insect repellent .