From the article:
I spent the entire year of 1994 learning how to become an Air Force Survival Instructor. We learned to survive in all four seasons–on the sand, snow, and water. Every time I went into the wild, I went to learn and to work. What I forgot during that intense time was how to relax in the wild.
The first time I went camping in 1995, I set up my tent, gathered some wood, set up the camp…and had no idea what to do next. It took me some time to figure out how to just enjoy being outside without a specific objective in mind. I learned a few lessons that first time out, most notably that the items I used for work weren’t conducive to relaxing.
Here are some critically essential tools you'll need if you go on an extended “camp.”
Obviously, a tent, some cookware, sleeping bag, and stove.
But you may want a chair, lighting, and an air mattress (or self-inflating sleeping pad).
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