Hey, tomorow our school is having the year 10 camp. In previous years it has been called the "surival camp" mainly because you are out in the middle of no where sleeping under pices of tarp that you have to make a tent out of, you dig your own hole and crap in it, and theres an hours hike to a new camping location each day. And many other exciting things :p So ill be back on friday..
so, just wonderin if any of you guys have had exciting camp experiences :p
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16th January 2004
The only "camp" I've been to was with my school, like 6 years ago. It wasn't really camping though, seeing we had giant cabins, showers, baths, beds etcetera. Heh.
I had a Year 10 camp too. Hiked 48 kilometres over two days. Did all the other campy stuff, sleeping outside, rafting, song 'round the camp fire*. I was sorta used to it though, being a rural boy. *Cliche made up for effect
I spend 5 days in the Ardens 3 years ago with school. Mountainbiking, hiking, climbing to some sort of maze made from nets hung between trees, upsailen (typ?) and camping. Thing I remember most was the sleeping bags. Everybody came with those cheap things, while I asked my neighbour (army man) for his. Nobody told the others that it could freeze at night there, while me did some research on google ;) The guys slept in their clothes, winterjackets and still they were complaining, while I wore nothing more then my boxers and shirt :lol:
KoЯsakoffNobody told the others that it could freeze at night there
LOL, thats so mean :p same with our camp (exept for the freezing part) and im not gona tell anyone either :p
The best camping experience I've ever had was on a high adventure trip (yes, I was a Boy Scout... Eagle Scout now) about four years ago. We canoed in Canada for about eight days over a distance of 60 or 70 miles. It was really awesome; hopefully I'll be able to do something like that with my kid in the future.
the1chaosThe only "camp" I've been to was with my school, like 6 years ago. It wasn't really camping though, seeing we had giant cabins, showers, baths, beds etcetera. Heh.
Same here, they called it "Outdoor lab"...
Yeah I was 5 years old and my parents sent me out into the rockies on my own to become a man carrying only a green tomato, and a little plastic toy I had.