You Can’t Take the House with You: Camping Essentials

May 20th, 2013 | Posted by CurrentCatalog in Camping | Special Occasions

As spring rolls in and the weather warms up, it is time to start making plans for the summer. Among the activities that will provide the opportunity to enjoy the weather and get away from the normal bustle of home is camping. Since it is not possible to take all of the comforts of home on the trip, it is important to determine the essentials that will make the camping excursion a memorable experience.

Pocket Knives

Although the purpose of the camping trip is getting out and enjoying the great outdoors, it’s important to bring a pocket knife that features several useful tools. The tools on a pocket knife often include scissors, bottle openers and a small knife.

While the knife might not be necessary for the planned activities, the tools are useful for unexpected problems that might arise. For example, a pair of scissors or a knife could be useful if clothing catches on something during a hike and it’s necessary to cut a few threads.

Environmentally Friendly Travel Mugs

It is not necessary to give up coffee, favorite foods and other necessities. Even if the trip has planned activities that include fishing, it is a good idea to take enough food for the entire trip and the tools to make coffee over a camp fire.

The eco-friendly travel mug ensures that the coffee stays hot while drinking it and that it will not damage the environment if it is accidentally left behind. Although the goal is to bring personal belongings back home, it is possible for items to get lost or forgotten. Ensuring that the items are friendly to the environment will provide peace of mind if the mug is accidentally left behind.

Camping is the traditional summer experience, but it also requires convenient and useful tools. Ordering useful tools for the trip is easy with Current’s convenient online order form. It is possible to prepare for the trip without wasting valuable time!

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