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​ The attention details for camping

 The attention details for camping

 

There are many reference factors for choosing a camp, and safety is the most important consideration. You may not be able to determine all the potential dangers or shortcomings of a location at a time. In order to give yourself the best chance, you should reserve plenty of time to find a camp before dark, preferring to spend more time exploring the location. Based on the time of dusk, plan to calculate the timetable; before the dark, tents or shelters will be built, dinner will be ready, and an hour will be reserved to settle everything and adapt to the surrounding environment, then At least one more hour to explore the camp. Therefore, if the time of darkness is at 6:00 pm, then it is necessary to start thinking about camping at three in the afternoon. At four o'clock, we should stop moving and actively seek suitable camps.

 

The following factors should be considered when choosing a camp:

 

Prevailing wind

 

Try to find out the direction of the wind so that the tent's opening is in the leeward and the pit is dug in the downwind. Pay attention to the location of the fire to prevent the smoke from blowing all the way to the tent.

 

Forest

 

Although camping beside the woods, you can pick up firewood or collect materials for sheltering, but you must be aware that dead wood may fall into the tent, and dangerous animals may be hidden in the woods.

 

River bank

 

Avoid choosing the side of the river bank as a camp, because the inner side of the terrain is usually relatively low, and the water flow on the inner side of the river bank is slow, and the sediment is easily deposited and flooded.

 

The danger of landslide

 

If you are camping near the mountains, don't camp on a path where landslides or falling rocks may occur. In addition, the snowmelt in spring may also slope down from the mountain, causing flooding.

 

Water intake

 

The water should be taken upstream of the camp and it should be above the animal's drinking water.

 

Washing dishes

 

Washing the dishes is in the middle of the river, between the upstream of the water intake and the downstream of the laundry. Before rinsing with river water, use sand or cloth to wipe the food residue to avoid polluting the river or attracting animals to the door. Do not use detergent to avoid accidental injury to aquatic organisms.

 

Tent

 

It is advisable to camp in the sound of water, because the sound of water will cover the sound of animals. Make sure the opening of the tent does not face the tuyere and the pit.

 

Fire

 

The smoke from the fire can drive the insects away from the tent, but the fire should not be too close to the tent to prevent the tent from catching fire.

 

The ideal camp should be covered with trees, but there will be no dead trees falling to the top of the tent; it should be close to the water source, but it will not be flooded. If there are signs of animal drinking nearby, it should be avoided. The camp is best to be on the side of the valley, not the bottom; the ground needs to be flat and well drained, and avoid the prevailing wind


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