Everyone’s version of camping depends on their comfort level with the outdoors as well as their personal expectations. So while it’s entirely possible for you to take your pets along, it’s not always the smartest decision. Pets can add a whole new level of joy to your experience, but it may not always be as enjoyable for them.
It could be that your pets prefer the comforts of home more than the confines of a camping tent. Not all animals want to rough it out in nature, especially not the more pampered personalities. Take this cat for example, he’s clearly had enough of this trip and is ready to go home!
Camping season is fully upon us, so you'd better get your tents, and hiking gear ready cause it's about to get dirty. After all, it's only natural considering that you're sleeping out in the woods. Actually, it's more than likely considering the fact that some people forget about the mud underneath their cars.
Looking at this photo, it's clear that this camping site seems to have gotten particularly messy. If you happen to pitch your tent near a bunch of people, make sure it's not behind anyone's car! The last thing you want to worry about is getting the mud off of your tent when you don't even have a shower.
This group of campers took cues from their childhood and stacked their hammocks like bunk beds. They might not have been the most sophisticated campers out there, but they sure know how to create a great photo. But what could go wrong when a group of grown adults starts behaving like mischievous toddlers?
We can't help but wonder if this is as good an idea as they think, what if one person falls and topples down the rest of the gang? This arrangement works pretty well, so long as the people up top aren't afraid of heights. Just remember what goes up, must come down!
Oops... Hope He Has Insurance for That
When it comes to camping in the great outdoors, the power of nature must be respected to be properly enjoyed. Camping like a pro means being aware of your environment, you are, after all, at the mercy of nature and should know how it can affect you or say, your personal devices.
Here’s a reason why electronic devices like cell phones and camping don’t mix. Not only do they distract you from the much-needed solitude you can get from camping, but being exposed to elements like bad weather could do some serious damage. Let's hope this phone was due for an upgrade.
A Lesson In Work-Life Balance
Working from home is becoming increasingly popular in the last few years, and while working from home can technically be done from anywhere, some places are better than others for getting your job done. But let's be real, working outside can be a nightmare if you're working on a computer.
Yes, you'll have fresh air but think about everything you have to deal with. From mosquitoes to unfortunate weather forecasts, and never mind getting WIFI, there's so much you can't control. Plus, this woman doesn't realize that just one little splash could totally wreck her laptop and with that all the work she's done.