We spent the weekend camping with friends. We only traveled about 40 minutes from home to a campground called Promontory Park located in Estacada Oregon. It’s a few days later but we are still feeling the effects it had into our daily routine. The kids eat less and don’t rest as much because of all the excitement plus my oldest always gets bad car sickness if we travel more than 15 minutes or so down the road. There and back she got sick even with the cold air blowing and sitting in the front seat. We have come to the assumption we are just going to have to give her Dramamine® for Kids for future further adventures down the road and to always wear Seabands.
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It’s the first day of Summer Vacation and The Cat in the Hat whisks Nick, Sally and Fish off on the greatest great outdoor camping adventure ever! Our gang gets back to nature as they hike through the Fickle Fern Forest, camp out overnight, trek over Mt. Weewobble and canoe down the Tickle Drop River… just in time for Fish to meet up with his family for a grand reunion. Along for the ride are Little Cats A, B and C, who discover there’s wonder in nature once their electronic devices are powered off! Nick and Sally help keep the Little Cats out of trouble, while Fish tries to keep his jacket pressed and the mud out of his fancy fishbowl… all while getting up close to some of nature’s most awesome sights, and learning how best to respect them. After being lulled to sleep under the stars by a chorus of animals, the morning brings Everyone agrees it really has been the Greatest Great Outdoors Adventure Ever!
Harvey’s Picnic table cloth and clamps have a been a helpful aid in providing my family and friends a favorable time when camping or spending the day at the park. After using this product, I have thought of many times were it would have been nice to have a clean and sanitary surface to place food or crafting activities. This product trumps no coverage or a minimal coverage table cloth that typically would flap up in the air when a breeze comes by making a mess of scattering contents everywhere!
My family took the AYL StarLight 330 LED Lantern with us this year on a camping trip. We had gone back and forth on the idea of getting flashlights but went with this lantern option instead.
The Ultrasport Travel Towel from Shandali is quite nice. What makes this towel truly useful is the fact that it takes up very little space and it absorbs 10x faster than a regular cotton towel! It also dries quite quickly after use especially if left in the sun. This towel has made visiting our local parks to let the kids play in the water features that much more freeing this Summer season. I can simply throw this in our park tote and be on our way. There’s no taking things out and putting back in to have enough space for everything two kids would need in just one very large tote bag. Believe me, regular towels take up a lot of space!