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How I camped in sub-twenty degree weather and lived to tell about it: 2019 Trip Write-Up

“An adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered. An inconvenience is only an adventure wrongly considered.” ― G.K. Chesterton Have you ever done something that you always dreamed about but never believed you would do? It was July, and the locations were all very much along the beaten path, but nine years ago, I made […]

It was Paradise!
Campground Review, T@b

Camground Review: Rosy Lane

Location Summary Location: Gunnison County, CO (near Almont, Taylor Reservoir, Crested Butte, and Gunnison) Dates Stayed: July 18-19, 2017 Scale of 1-10: 9 Type: Forest Service Campground Cost: $18/Night, $9 Reserve America Fee Connections/Amenities: Water, Pit toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, river access Cell service: Verizon 4G 1 bar, Tmobile nothing) – no booster. TV […]

Rear View
Rear View
Campground Review, T@b

Spring Camping at West Branch State Park in NE Ohio

I am always on the prowl for the best, campground close to the University of Akron I can find, to make it easy to camp when I go to my nephew’s football games. The area boondocking spots are a little too far for me because I need to be able to minimize travel time to […]

Campground Review, T@b

Exploring Nearby Free Camping

Getting out of town on  a Friday, during rush hour, can be an inhibitor to more frequent camping. Cost can be another inhibitor. I like to spend the colder winter months researching for trips and campgrounds so I decided to take a trip to three campgrounds, just over the Ohio border from Pittsburgh earlier this […]

Camping on a cold January night at Punderson State Park
Campground Review, Ohio, T@b, Travel

Winter Camping at Punderson State Park

I have been anxious to some winter camping for the last 2 years. Last year it didn’t work out and this year….let’s just say it’s hard to call camping in 50-60 degree temperatures, “winter camping.” I love the cold and snow and until last weekend, it has been scarce fir those of in the eastern […]