Lets go camping – but indoors!
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Lets go camping – but indoors!

Lets go camping – but indoors!

From a recent Fast Company article: The best camping gear for people who hate camping

Read the Fast Company article here.

The author states:
“For those who crave a dose of nature but cringe at the idea of bugs, dirt, and sleeping on the ground, here are a few products designed to make camping a lot more tolerable.”

So, here’s a short list of the top recommendations:

  • A PORTABLE FUTON SO YOU CAN LOUNGE IN COMFORT
  • A COOLER FOR STOCKING YOUR WHOLE KITCHEN
  • A FIRE PIT FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN’T START A FIRE
  • A CLEVER CAST IRON FOR GRILLING UP GOURMET CAMP FOOD
  • AN ADORABLE LANTERN THAT DOUBLES AS A BLUETOOTH SPEAKER

 

And then the best-

  • AND IF YOU REALLY CAN’T STOMACH CAMPING: THERE’S ALWAYS GLAMPING

“Sometimes, you need a bit more luxury than camping can really provide, even with all these products available.”

WHAT?

Lets agree to NOT call this camping.

I’m a peasant in my own suburban backyard compared to this millennial dribble. Even in the backyard you need to know how to start a fire, deal with shitty chairs, and fight with bugs. (BIG ASS bugs)

Somehow, I knew I had seen this somewhere before. I googled “Sasquatch / Camping” and was rewarded.

Hilarious.
Luxury camping is not luxury if your underpants just turned into your personal-porta-potty.