Duncan sent in this link. Hopefully he wasn’t trying to tell me that I smell bad, but his point about gear is a good one. If it’s not aired out and packed will, it will stink! Check out the excerpt, below. If you want to see the full article, head over to Eureka Tent’s Blog and read the full article by Jessica Johnson.
Just as difficult as finding the right time to get away for a weekend camping excursion is what to do with all your camping gear when you get back. Unless you have a large garage, finding a place to store your equipment at home can be difficult.
Most people get their camping equipment piece-by-piece, depending on need. That is certainly the cheapest way to do it, but that means the equipment is usually scattered throughout the house. A tent under the bed, a camping stove wedged between your golf clubs and tennis racket, and a kayak that doubles as a couch (OK, that might be a little extreme, but you get the idea).
To make matters worse, camping gear that has been stowed away for months can take on a very unpleasant odor, turning your camping trip into a contest as to who can hold their breath in the tent the longest.
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