Apr 4, 2018

Have you ever been/ Do you go camping?


Edited: Apr 4, 2018

I've only been once and that was over 10 years ago with my dad. And then I went to a week-long camp at Yosemite like 7 years ago, but we were in log cabins, not tents. That was awesome. That's still the only time I've seen so many stars in the sky because Yosemite is, well Yosemite.

I'm going again today and am pretty stoked because we're gonna camp on the beach and have a bonfire or two.

Do you like to camp? Sleeping under the stars seems pretty awesome.


Any help appreciated.


I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.




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