Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shivvy, May 26, 2012.
Anyone here do that shit?
damn. seem thats what id need. ever since we moved to SC ive been toying with taking the fam camping. but im so not a camping guy
Hotel/motel. Fuck those dirty, filthy smelly camping types
Camping WAS good for one night with a boom box, half gallon of whiskey and a copious dose of lsd. Leave the food, sleeping bags and tent at home and head home first sign of daylight
Find a State Park that rents cabins.
You got a pool?
was looking into that
hotel/motel = gross
Rent an rv or a cabin. Posting a tent in a field for the family will be used as evidence later in either the divorce hearing or the sentencing portion of you murder trial.
We did this once with our first kid. Unless you're homeless or in the army, a tent is a bad idea.
and make your reservation 5 years in advance
First thing you do when entering a room is pull the bed spread off and burn it. They never wash those things and if you put a black light to one it would sparkle from semen
isn't this arrangement gonna be strange when you or the neighbors sell?
I'm picturing Cape Fear, with shitty as nick nolte and schmoopy as Robert DeNiro
That is not camping because camping sucks.
Cabins do not equal camping; they're motels in the woods.
Camping it tents, sleeping bags, talking around campfires, Deep Woods Off, hanging your food in a tree at night, flashlights/lanterns, portable grills, carry in/carry out everything...that is camping.
Unplug from the net, fuck the cell phones, and spend some time with the kids/family. Is it as convenient as a cabin..no. But FFS, there's so little left of how things once were, every kid needs to experience real camping, and an unplugged weekend.
Another cool thing to do is have "dark" nights in the home...no lights, TV, computers, video games, phones, etc. Light candles, play UNO, board games, or just hang with the family. There are so many kids out there that have never experienced life unplugged, even for one fucking night. These times we connect with our families, uninterrupted by modern trappings, well these are the times we remember forever from our childhood.
id go camping with Schmoopy