Get back to nature and discover the sun-scorched hiking trails, smoky campfire cookouts and quiet star-studded nights of open-air (or canvas-enclosed, mosquito-netted) living. Whether you are glamping in high style in a top-spec RV, hanging out in a yurt in the middle of nowhere or resting your tired bones and blistered feet on a nearby rock, here is all you need to take an unforgettable trip into the great outdoors.
This tiny tome is your trusty companion to celebrating everything camping-related. It's action-packed with all the fun-size facts and stats, quips and tips, and quotes and notes you'll need to survive and thrive in the wild, plus ideas for places to visit and things to do. Next stop, nature... here we come!
'Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.' - Gary Snyder
If you're camping and want to know the temperature, but aren't connected to the Internet, don't panic, nature's got your back. During the spring and summer months, you can calculate the temperature by listening to a chirping cricket. Simply count the number of chirps you hear in 14 seconds. Then, add 40 to that number to find out the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.