If you’ve been around recently you’ve probably heard about people demanding bathroom equality and accessibility. Everyone deserves to have the chance to go to the bathroom and feel comfortable with who they are, regardless of their gender identity or physical abilities. This is true for men, women, and anyone in between.
Accessible bathrooms are crucial for all individuals, even Scotsmen who are out there camping in their kilts deserve their own bathrooms so that they can use restroom facilities independently and with dignity. After all, nobody should be made to feel embarrassed or ashamed when they go to the bathroom just because they wear a kilt.
Peg It Down!
When it comes to pitching your tent, you might think that the poles are the most important part of setting up a tent, but you'd be wrong. While the poles do a good job holding your tent up, they can't guarantee it won't go flying with every gust of wind.
This leads us to one conclusion — get some pegs or watch your tent pretending to be a kite. Then again, what better time for your camping tent to get airborne than at a kite-flying competition? If this tent plays his cards right, he might just take down his opponents and win this round.
Good Job, Boy Scout
If we've ever had any doubts about sending our kids to the scouts, we no longer have those. Doubts, we mean. From camping and hiking to knot tying and grilling hot dogs, Scouts is known for giving kids gain practical skills that help them become self-reliant, adaptable, and capable of navigating and enjoying the natural world.
If the level of ingenuity that this kid demonstrates is any indication of the youth movement's contribution to the child, we are totally here for it. Next, he'll be building a fort out of an old tree or assembling a campfire using only his shoelaces. We'd nominate him for president!
Camping is all about going outside and sleeping in nature. When you think about it like that, can you really be that bad at it? Well, the answer is yes, of course, it can! But hey, when things go wrong and you need a quick fix, you can always use duct tape.
Truthfully speaking, there's really no good reason not to bring the greatest invention of the 20th century on vacation with you. Seriously, every conceivable problem on your camping trip can be fixed with this impossibly sticky stuff, even that pesky zipper that just won't budge. And now you've turned a mundane zipper malfunction into a masterpiece.
Tents are harder to set up than they seem. They should be easy to build as anyone with a brain is supposed to be able to pitch them while outside in nature. But, alas, they just aren't. These two people thought they had it covered, so they built the tent to the best of their ability and then went to bed.
They soon found all the work they put into pitching their tent, somehow was all for naught and their tent completely caved in. They didn't seem to mind and continued sleeping as if nothing happened. Somebody should probably tell them, there's a fine line between a bohemian sensibility and living in disorder.