We are prepared

A few weeks ago I came across this pamphlet at DogEared Books on Valencia. I’m hoping it means we’ll be (better) prepared for future camping trips.

My favourite piece was advice on minimal impact camping.

“The out-of-doors can teach us a lot about ourselves and the world in which we live, and one of the most important lessons is that the freedom to camp has a price. By mastering the skills of minimum-impact camping, you can be sure you are paying your share.”

Camping, Boy Scouts of America, Irving, Texas 1985


One comment

  1. Minimalistic Gear

    Hey, Nice post! We are about negative impact hiking, we try to collect all the plastic bottles, Styrofoam and other trash we can find and weigh it when we get back. We do the same diving with glass, aluminum and plastic. It’s a great way to reduce your footprint!

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