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Old 03-27-2018, 10:37 AM
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Default How Do You Prepare For Camping Emergencies?

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Camping is the perfect way to experience the natural beauty of the great outdoors while taking a break from the hectic pace of daily life. Airing out your tent and sleeping bag or pointing the RV toward the furthest horizon allows you to reconnect with nature and explore sights more awe-inspiring than your dreams.

Emergencies of any type are never welcome, but arming yourself with the right emergency tools and knowledge equips you to handle one or more until professional help arrives. Are You Prepared for an Emergency While Camping?
How do YOU prepare for camping emergencies?

Have you ever experienced one? Share your stories!
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Old 02-03-2020, 09:21 PM
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We should make sure that our communication lines are open and that there are telecom and internet signal on the campsite. Moreover, when choosing a campsite, i would prefer something that has nearby communities where I could go for help. It is really vary important to stay safe while enjoying all the benefits that the nature could bring.
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Old 04-05-2020, 09:08 AM
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To be truthful, you can't really plan for emergencies. Emergencies happen all of a sudden. It depends where you are whether its panic stations type of emergency. The only thing you can take is communication equipment, and if you're away and way off the beaten track, then a flare gun to help people find you. Its a matter of common-sense. If an emergency does happen way out in the wild blue yonder, then you should have let people know exactly where you are planning to go, not just blunder about. In your country where people meet wild animals, it would be stupid not to let people know where you are and when you plan to be back. We do it here in the UK, but only stupid people don't tell anyone where they are going, and most times, they end up being unprepared for the elements that can change in a heartbeat, and end up dead - usually
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Old 05-13-2020, 11:50 PM
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I agree. It all boils down when choosing your campsite. That is my tip. Choose somewhere that still has coverage just to be sure if something happens.
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