Boy, you've done it now! When you had that little conversation with your spouse about spending more "quality" time together with your kids you were really sincere.
You had your sights set on one of those great hotels at a theme park where you could get in some spa time, he could play golf and the kids would have a ball with all the attractions.
And what does he come up with? Camping! Camping for heavens sake!
Now that he's come home with a car loaded with foreign stuff and one of the credit cards maxed out you're ready to eat your words, aren't you? And, your children can just grow up maladjusted!
The closest you've ever come to communing with nature was that lodge he took you to before the kids were born. He skied and you spent the entire time in front of a blazing fireplace reading a good book.
You stand there watching him unload item after item from the car and chattering incessantly about how to set up the tent, how he got you the best sleeping bag that money could buy.
Oh, and by the way, you are going to love, love, love the cook stove he bought you! No cooking over an open fire for his lovely lady!
Why he's even bought you a "port-a-potty" so you won't have to walk across the park with a flashlight after dark. How thoughtful.
Fast forward 24 hours. . .
Okay, now that the initial shock has worn off, you are probably feeling a bit more positive about a camping experience. Feeling positive doesn't men that you are confident. Confidence comes from knowledge.
Ask yourself these three questions:
1. How do I know what to take along?
2. How do I plan an itinerary?
3. How do I plan meals?
The good news is that there are answers and you will find them in our guide called "Successful Camping for Everyone."
and some of the best parts are . . .
* ItÆs an easy read.
* It doesnÆt overload with too much information.
* It is budget friendly.
Everything you need to enjoy "Successful Camping for Everyone" is there to help you realize that you CAN do this. Not only can you do it, you will actually enjoy the experience! Take a look at what you'll uncover:
Learn how to plan for your real needs.
Find out how to camp with your children.
Discover how to ensure safety for your family.
By the time you are finished reading "Successful Camping for Everyone", you'll be looking forward to a wonderful experience with your family and well on your way to carving out memories that will last a lifetime.
The bottom line is that fear of the unknown can steal valuable experiences. Don't throw away opportunities to connect with one another. "Successful Camping for Everyone" can help you treasure the memories.
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