Are you much of a camper? I've not done much camping in my life but when my brothers and I were young we camped on a farmer's land. It was real "roughing it" - no water, electricity, campsites - no nothing. Just us and nature. The food was gritty and our faces were dirty but it was fun! Looking back I'm sure it wasn't so much fun for our moms - looking after wild kids running through the woods, cooking/cleaning in the most primitive of conditions and ALL the work before/after getting ready and then unpacking once we were home.
We've had it easy as adults. Corey's sister Jen/family live in Seattle and they have all the best camping equipment. When we've camped with them it has been a blast. When you are in a forest in the Pacific Northwest and your dinner is toasted bread with Brie, fresh cherries and a glass of wine - and your breakfast is eggs, bacon and a latte made with a tiny propane tank - camping life is good!
BTW - this girl had a too long face - my usual problem - so I chopped her and moved her face closer together - she's like the Frankenstein Camper now. LOL!
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