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  1. Common Tent Set-Up Mistakes to Avoid October 21, 2015 at 6:34 AM |

    […] There are a lot of common mistakes you can make when setting up your tent for camp. Check your surroundings and make sure there aren’t any hornet nests, spider webs, or other dangers from above. Take a look at your tenting spot’s position near the sun to make sure it doesn’t directly hit your tent and make it too hot to comfortably rest in. For more tenting tips, click here:: Setting Up Your Tent – Common Mistakes to Avoid […]

  2. Mike Carter July 21, 2016 at 12:06 PM | | Reply

    Don’t forget to look down as well. Look closely. Many insects burrow in the ground. Some entrances are very small and unnoticeable at first glance. Some ants have little or no mounds at all.

  3. Joe July 31, 2016 at 2:51 AM | | Reply

    These are some excellent tips for beginner campers and also for the advanced.

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