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Now this is MY kind of camping!

Volkswagen Super Bugger

A rare Volkswagen Beetle converted with a camper kit on the streets in Rimbey, Alberta.

Camping in the Backyard

YouTuber JennaMarbles takes Julien and the dogs camping in their own backyard! Funs!

Give the man props for actually giving all of these the ole college try.

BBC Earth Unplugged takes us through some of the top nature hacks.

Possum Hammock

A clever and adorable possum, seeking refuge from the elements, hid inside a campsite’s canvas shower head, surprising a would-be bather.

This beautiful pool is near the Mineral King area of the Sequoia National Forest. You can see the shadow of the simple log bridge across that the California Conservation Corps built way back when. The pebbles on the left gradually slant down to the deeper water in the middle. A waterfall is roaring just out of camera to the left, but the flow here is gentle. From this vantage point, I could have climbed down and taken a skinny dip. I wanted so much to do just that, but I was alone there, on a Monday, a mile walk out. I didn’t want to take the chance of getting hurt. When I’m hot and sweaty, I love to look at this picture, and imagine slipping into the ice-cold turquoise water.

What an Original Recipe!

Cakes baked inside an orange:

http://kathyrandall.wordpress.com/2010/10/14/cakeinanorange/

Found on Freshly Pressed.

WOW – Size DOES Matter!

QotD: Let’s Go There

What's your favorite vacation destination?

Mineral King in the Sequoia National Park in California's Sierra Mountains.  It's at the end of a narrow, windy, 26-mile-long partially-paved mule trail.  You can't take RV's or trailers up there – it's too narrow.  It's at 7,500 feet, there's one teeny store with camping gear & power bars, lots of trailheads, and a campground that has walk-in sites.  One of the most beautiful places I've been.  You all stay away, now, ya hear?

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