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  1. Of my thousands upon millions of childhood memories…camping is number 1 hands down! I've heard other people say it too. I don't remember a bug. Honestly. My kids in the backyard, hook up a long electrical cord and put a t.v. with gamecube in our tent…and I heard of some kids who had a refrigerator and a/c in theirs!
    Maybe you could buy a sweet vintage floral 'slop pot'. Hehe.

  2. A few months ago I bought a Cath kidston tent in the sale, I have promised Lucy that come summertime, we shall camp, vintage style in the back garden,we shall have bags of lettuce, heaps of tomatoes and lashings of ginger beer(a la famous five)a sturdy torch each and knitted blankets.However….it has recently come to my attention that we appear to have a small family of mice running amok out the back,anybody want a tent?

  3. Let us never forget that "camp" is a four letter word. So are "bugs" and "dirt," "heat" and "cold." "Snake" should be, but Mr. Webster messed up on that one.

  4. Love to camp — well not exactly "camp" in the traditional tent sense. Did too much of that as a child and as an adult like a more comfortable experience.
    we currently have a small travel trailer that is kept at a park overlooking one of the Great Lakes. By posting today, I hope that others might have great ideas or links to others who have succesfully transformed a small travel trailer into a homey cottagey refuge. At least that is what I am working towards!
    Camp is the best place to act like a kid again, hence a good way to spend time with one.

  5. My absolute favorite memories from childhood all center around camping. My poor dad, tired after working all week, would find all of us,and the gear, waiting for him friday afternoon on the front lawn ready to go. Little did we know that we camped because we could not afford a "proper" vacation..we loved it! Do it, take the babba-he will thank you later

  6. Oh! Little girl and I just returned from a camping trip replete with cooking over an open flame and staying in a cozy log cabin. It was a treat! I hope you enjoyed your foray into wild summer nights of tenting!

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