Just a few ways to maximize space!
By Anne McCarty
Packing before a trip is probably the most crucial thing to do before setting out. It is a chance to check and recheck that you have everything you need and take out the things you don’t need. The phrase many stand by is “Bring what you think you’ll need, then take out half of it.” So to help you out a little bit, this time on camping hacks we’ll give you a few ways to make sure your pack doesn’t weigh you down!
The Great Towel Debate
One thing people debate about bringing is a towel and the primary con is that it takes up too much space. The solution? Pack a shammy towel! It’s a thin towel used primarily by swimmers and divers. It is lightweight and super absorbent!
Don’t Tear Up About Tears
What happens if you have an unexpected tear or leak mid way through your trip? Say hello to Duct Tape, your new best friend. We get it, a new package is pretty big and clunky and bringing it all seems daunting. Well, you don’t have to! Wrap some around your water bottle or cup so it’s on hand and ready for anything!
Backpackers and campers alike usually pack dehydrated food because it’s lightweight and can turn into a full meal with just water. One of the not as famous choices are the dehydrated eggs. If you are one of the people looking for an alternative we have something for you! Try putting cracked eggs into a water bottle. One bottle can hold eight eggs!
Don’t let the Metal Weigh you Down
If you’re worried about space and weight of metal cups or cutlery? Look into using compatible/unbreakable one because they work well and as it turns out are easier to clean!
If you have the space and you’re celebrating anything from a birthday to just a great day outdoors, try this dessert treat!: Marshmallows toasted then dipped in Bailey’s* (<3)
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