This year our camping trip is to the Linville Gorge. We’ve been planning on going on a trip since last year when we went to Kentucky. In this episode, we discuss out plans for the trip, what we hope to accomplish and what we are taking. It’s not a real long episode, but I hope it helps you plan your next trip to somewhere new. Get outside and see something you haven’t before.
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This week we interview Chris. I don’t want to give too much of the story away here as it is a really good conversation about camping in the everglades, bringing a lot of gear in kayaks and coming in contact with some fun animals in the middle of the night.
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As if we've never spoken about gear before, we decided to have a gear talk again. But this time with Daryl. Because who doesn’t enjoy talking about gear. We discuss our journey to great backpacks and some mishaps with stoves. This was a really fun conversation about the problems we’ve had trying to find gear that we really enjoyed using for all of our trips.
This week we discuss what it’s like to take Razo, my German Shorthaired pointer out for an over night camping trip in Myakka State Forrest. Which was a lot of fun recently. David discusses his plans for a camping trip with Target this spring as he gets his camping spot together on his hiking trips now. It’s not going to be cold forever in Connecticut, and once it warms up, Dave and Target plan on doing some camping.
Both David and I have shared stores of trips with our dogs before, and this is the Campin’ Canine, but we haven’t had any dedicated episodes to our dogs. That changes now. In Episode 11 we start to discuss how we taken our dogs out and why it’s important to take your dogs out and get them into the outdoors. At their center, they are outdoor animals, it’s good for them and it’s good for you.
The Podcast I started camping and hiking and exploring at around 14 years old. I took a trip to Florida and then to Arizona. I spent an entire summer in a tent. I dug a hole for an out house. I dealt with rain collapsing tents in the middle of the night and scorching heat in the middle of the dessert. Canteens of water would quickly seem like they were filled with boiled water when left in the sun. But I also watched the sun set and rise from mesas, or prairies so vast I couldn't imagine...