Travel is an extremely effective tool for personal growth - it strips away all the hypocritical layers of the individual, so that the individual faces the core of oneself directly. Like a toilet flush, it washes away all the unfounded nonsense covering your personality, purpose and meaning, and daily life.
Something truly important to you in your life, whether you like it or not, will at some point be exposed in front of you to make you realize that you didn't know you loved this thing so much. And before that particular moment, you didn't know that the value this thing could provide was so important to you.
The world is so big. Why can you only choose to stay in hotels when traveling? Are you also tired of this stereotyped travel accommodation? So many people try camping trips. One of the most important tasks of camping trips is preparing luggage. Here are some tips for preparing camping gear summarized by experienced friends. Let's discuss them here. These methods can make this process simpler.
First, prepare a piece of paper and a pen and start making a list. Trying to remember everything in your head will drive you crazy. With a list, you can quickly and easily write down everything you think of. Also, you can use this list to check that you have all the items needed for the trip.
You can divide the trip into several parts, and then calculate the items needed based on each part. For example, you can consider dividing it into campfire, sleeping, eating, and activities. Next consider what is needed for the campfire, such as charcoal, equipment and camping chairs. Meals can be divided into each day of the week, breakfast, lunch and dinner. This can help distinguish between the utensils and food needed. By dividing into different parts, it helps you easily identify all the items needed.
Before packing, you can group these items to ensure that everything on the checklist is included. You can categorize items according to the different camping sections, which makes them easier to find and prevents loss.
Preparing for camping can be a headache. But by planning and breaking down the entire trip into several different parts, it can help remember and carry all the necessary items. In addition, preparing in advance can make the subsequent camping process simpler and more enjoyable.
The choice of tent is very important. Good sleep is the key to maintaining physical and mental health on the road. Many single tents are too small to hold all the cycling gear. Hiking tents are not suitable for cycling as they are too light, so choose a two-person tent with good wind and rain resistance. It should have plenty of space to put lots of stuff and weigh less than 2 kg ideally.
Camping skills will slowly mature, so be patient and bold. It is best to choose a place protected from the wind. If there is no such place, the long side of the tent should be parallel or at a very small acute angle to the wind direction, and the door should be on the downwind side. Note that although tent pegs are responsible for securing the four corners and other parts of the outer tent, guy lines must be used to tighten and straighten the top of the tent to withstand wind and rain. Leave enough space between the inner and outer tents to prevent condensation from seeping in.
Also be sure to prepare adequate lighting equipment. You can prepare some flashlights, night lights, reflective vests or Croc lights. Croc headlights are lights installed on shoes that have super strong lighting capabilities to allow you to walk at night as freely as during the day.
When camping outdoors, protect the natural environment, do not harm wildlife, do not cut down vegetation randomly, and do not damage natural vegetation. Especially after outdoor cooking, any fires must be completely extinguished. Garbage and waste generated during camping should be carried out as much as possible and disposed of in designated places. In special cases where it cannot be taken away, pits can be dug for burial.