There’s roughing it and then there’s roughing it and this camper seems to have come completely unprepared for his weekend getaway. Not only did he forget his tent but also seems to be missing a mat. Clearly, he doesn’t want to sleep directly on the ground, so he propped himself up on two chairs with his cooler under him.
It’s not a bad idea for a makeshift bed, but it can’t be comfortable for more than one night. If you’re more of a glamorous camper, you should not follow this guy’s lead and instead you should go all out with comfy throw pillows, an insulated blanket, and a large glamping tent.
Let's face it, camping sucks sometimes. Don't get us wrong, camping can be great if everything goes reasonably well, but if people were meant to sleep on the ground, we wouldn't have invented houses, right? Otherwise, we'd all end up sleeping in muddy water, like at the reserved camping site.
They probably didn't foresee that much rainwater when they were planning their trip. Whoever reserved it may want to change their mind and come back when all the water has cleared up, cause no matter how advanced your tent is, you don't want to be sleeping in a puddle that will drench all your camping gear.
Choosing the right tent is the most important part of creating a good campsite vibe, so pick carefully. If it's too big you might not find a decent space to set it up. If it's too small, well... you might not be able to fit inside it. Like in this case.
Could it be that he intentionally bought a tent so small so he could carry it around at all times? That way he can be sure to camp wherever and whenever he needs and not worry about bug bites or the morning sun waking him up after a late night.
There’s nothing better than enjoying a night out in the great outdoors—away from the stresses of daily life —sleeping under a blanket of stars with the sound of chirping crickets to lull you to sleep. But as much as some of us are willing to rough it , we can’t help but miss the luxuries of technology.
Like this guy, who seems to have taken his window air conditioning unit and plugged it into a portable generator so he could enjoy cool air in the scorching sun. It's not like he's cheating, right? And we're sure that everyone around will be stopping by for a visit during the hottest time of day.
This is another awesome makeshift camping device that some campers put together. Instead of tossing their old mailbox in the trash, they transformed an old rigged mailbox into cooking ware to prepare their dinner. It seems to be providing a great warm cooking surface for their hot meal while out in the wilderness.
It certainly isn't something we'd think of doing when it comes to recycling an old mailbox, but it sure is ingenious - not only is it a compact grill but it's portable and easy to use for small-scale cookouts or grilling adventures on the go. Plus it's can perfectly store wood without creating a mess!