8 Things You Should NOT Bring Camping with You
Camping season is upon us. You don't want to forget the important things like a sleeping bag or fresh water, but there are a few things you may want to leave at home.
Did you pack extra socks? How about extra shirts? Maybe you packed a few books even though you know you're never going to get to reading them, with all your camping adventures going on. That's okay. It's better to be over-prepared than under-prepared. Even if you're ready for anything - Prepared for every possible situation, there are still a few items you shouldn't bring on your camping trip with you...
White Clothes: It's camping. You're going to get dirty. Don't be ridiculous.
Raw Chicken: This is for health reasons - Just to be safe either cook the chicken beforehand and reheat it at camp, or stick with hamburgers and hotdogs.
Hairdryer: You're camping! Who are you trying to impress?
Your Cat: Some dogs love going on camping adventures. Cats on the other hand? Well, it's not usually their cup-of-tea.
Sophisticated Sound System: Sure there's nothing wrong with a little music while sitting by the campfire, but do you really need something with pounding bass that people can hear on the other side of the lake? Yeah, probably not.
Perfume: Forget about trying to mask the campfire smell on your skin - It's not going to happen. Plus, you'll attract bugs. Don't do that.
High Heel Shoes: Again, who are you trying to impress? You're camping. There's no reason whatsoever to bring these kind of shoes with you.
Complainers: If you want to make sure you have a great time camping, leave the complainers at home - Or at least make them get their own campsite. That way you don't have to deal with them.