Phase Three

That period of life when what was so relevant isn't as relevant. Lighten Up!

With the weather warming a bit, we are looking forward to some camping trips.  We tent camp, and revived tent camping for us last year.  We have a long ways to go in adding items to our camping needs.  Because we are older couple, we are not primitive campers, and prefer what I call civilized camp sites to do our camping.  The days of yore when we could pitch a tent anywhere and make it all work are part of past experiences.  We’re spoiled by comforts of home, and like to have water, electricity, and a nice camping pad.
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In our home state, we find camping areas with posted warning signs about bears.  Um, I’m not too much interested in an encounter with a bear, wolf, or otherwise.  We know there are campers who can pitch a tent anywhere and make it all work.  We aren’t such.  .  . with that here are some fun and useful camping hints we can use in our coming camping trips – 30 Brilliant Camping Hacks I Wish I Knew Earlier at


About Lietta

Hey, hi there. So much I like to do, so little time to do it all. Happy to have health and time left to do it in this third phase of my life. Ahhh, my profile photo - well that's an old photo, I think about 2006, and even though I don't look like that any more, I like the photo.


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