This is seemingly out of place yet perfectly picturesque. An old-school telephone sign with a seriously old-school can attached to a string. Back in the day, these public payphones were located all over in, just case of an emergency or well, in case you wanted to call your mom and let her know you were okay.
But with the emergence of smartphones, we don’t need them anymore and now they’ve become a relic from the not-so-recent past. While most places have gotten rid of these signs, the people at these camping grounds decided to leave theirs up, along with a can and string, which was another way of communicating.
Bring Your Own TV
Say goodbye to roughing it in the wilderness and hello to "glamping" at its finest. All you need to do is forget about traditional camping conventions and bring a TV and generator instead. Who needs wildlife encounters when you can just watch the fascinating lives of animals from the comfort of your camping chair?
Just imagine cozying up in front of your own personal cinema, watching your favorite shows under the starry night sky. Popcorn and s'mores, anyone? We get that everybody's idea of leisure time is different, but surely this kind of camping defies the purpose of going camping in the first place.
While scenic views in natural parks are always on the agenda when you go camping, we're not sure if this view is what he had in mind. We can't help but wonder why someone would tape him to the tree. Was he misbehaving so much that he needed to be restrained?
Or did he specifically ask his friends to tightly tape him on the tree so he could just "hang out" for a while? But hey, at least he has something to drink so not only is he hydrated but if he fell asleep he wouldn't have to worry about a bear attack.
Just Throw It in the Trunk
Clearly, these people are very attached to their boat and their fellow travelers might be marveling at their impressive driving skills. Or they could just be in complete shock at the sight of this floating vessel. It's amazing this car can even move with that thing in the trunk!
One moment they're driving down the highway, the next, they're navigating tranquil waters. Who needs a trailer when you can turn your trunk into a marina on wheels? The best part is probably the looks on the faces of passersby as they witness this totally bizarre spectacle on the highway.
Can't Leave the Party Behind
This either belongs to a serious party animal, a professional DJ, or just the designated music provider for a party in the woods. Either way, we have to applaud the resourcefulness of him actually tying this massive, old-school stereo to the back of what looks like an already heavy backpack.
For a guy who seems to be crisscrossing the planet just so he can play some music and explore the great outdoors, having a stereo this big and powerful at the ready is crucial. But, of course, he can't forget to pack some other essentials for his trip, like those cans of baked beans we see.