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post #1 of 36 Old 03-09-2010, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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not-experienced camper..

Well im campin out this weekend with my riding club for the 2nd time, im not exactllyy experienced but i pick up stuff quick. Just seeing if anyones got any tips....i'll be living outta my 2 horse trailer and truck(corral for the horse, im sleeping in the trailer on a cot).

i got a propane lantern.
i propane heater
and a lil propane stove.

i'll put a tarp down in the trailer so i can walk in it. that'll help.
any cookin ideas or tips? i got hot dogs, baked beans, salad, and need somethin for our potluck saturday night.

i guess any input anyone might have is nice. thanx.
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My tip for the day -- don't sleep where your horse poops.

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sounds like to need a trailer with a dressing room.

fire wood..something to chop it up..i never camp with out a side arm.. marshmallows..make sure that your gear is well covered..nothing like trying to dry you stuff after a surprise rain comes

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sounds like to need a trailer with a dressing room.

fire wood..something to chop it up..i never camp with out a side arm.. marshmallows..make sure that your gear is well covered..nothing like trying to dry you stuff after a surprise rain comes
yup we got fire i aint worried bout that stuff, i might bring a pallet just in case and of course an axe, hahaa.

the dressing room is too small to sleep in. not comfy for me. the back of the trailer is spacey enough.. and as i said it'llbe cleaned up and a tarp laid down, i dont smell horse crap any more anyway shoot i got over 20. lol.
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Don't forget the whiskey , a large coffee cup and beef jerky. Pot luck, I like potato salad mixed with pickled beets and sugar. Looks light purple when blended together.

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jest make shere if you us the heater that ya dont get to much carbenmanoxside gas out in the traller when sleeping
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Sound like its gonna be a good time.

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jest make shere if you us the heater that ya dont get to much carbenmanoxside gas out in the traller when sleeping
gonna crack the door and set it by the door, if i even leave it on all night. plus i got alotta windows and vents.

haha i dont drink but my horse would like some jack, got a huge bag of jacks links teriyaki jerky, and i workat starbucks trust me there'll be coffee drinking..
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was gonna say take some bear pepper spray, but wouldn't want any accidental 'seasoning' to take place.... gotta take some firearms though, always fun to plink when camp'n.

something i do when sleeping out of a trailer (not really 'camping' IMO),,, pre-cook breakfast meat and eggs then place with cheese in a piece of tinfoil to warm up quickly in the morning to place on a bagle with condiments of choice,,,,Fast, easy killer breakfast (warming tinfoil on fire in morning)

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