Well, its the middle of April now and I'm beginning to see Campers, Trailers, Mobilehomes, and all sorts of camping gear starting to come out of the closet. The trees are blooming, flowers growing, and dandelions popping out on my front yard. For me its time to get the lawnmower out.
Anyway, I love spring and the whole prelude to the summer thing, it just makes you want to wake up and get outside and do things. Whether its working or playing or whatever you do. Its a beautiful time of year! One of the favorite things lots of people like to do is get out their camping supplies and fishing gear, get it ready to have some fun.
Camping is one of my favorite things to do. In fact here at my house we just bought ourselves a, I don't know, uh, camper, or mobile home, well its a camper with wheels and a motor....lets leave it at that. I get confused between the two, camper, mobile home..whatever.
Well it sux. So what I've decided to do is make a camping checklist. This will help you to. Heres one you can download that covers everything, but one thing. Can you guess what is? Go ahead look - here. Everything thats on there is what you should bring with you, most of the things the wife, girlfriend or husband/boyfriend will remember - hopefully.
This is the one thing that if I forget to bring with me, not only will the other half be upset, but I will be to. This is general camping we're talking about folks. But its needed with every form of it, trailer, camper on wheels, and so on.
In that list is named the camping grill rack, but thats not always enough. The one thing on that list you should never forget is your Grill! Don't get to the campsite and then realize you forgot the camping grill. Thats like getting to the lake, and realize you forgot your pole.
Here are the basic categories that you should have:
- Shelter - of course
- Personal Items
- Food Preparation & Cooking
- Miscellaneous Items
- Things For the Kids
- And any additional Items you can think of
These are all necessary things for sure, but don't leave home without your grill. After all, what would a barbecue at the campsite be without a grill? They're like peanut butter and jelly, they go together.
The Moral of the thing:
So what is the idea here? Don't forget your Camping Supplies, including your camping grill, better yet just make a checklist or get one here to your printer. That camping checklist is a big helping reminder. Hoping you have fun on your next camping trip...;).
Thanks for coming by....