It seems fitting that we publish our newest Campsite Correspondent Shona Marie’s post today. She’s from the beautiful USA, and … More
Hello hello! We thought we would provide a wee update on our “taking the reigns” of the Campsite. 1. We … More
We’ve come to the end of another year here at The Campsite, and as I do every year I thought I’d do a round-up of the most popular posts here on the site. But first I’d like to thank all of our readers for engaging with us, spreading our content, taking time to comment, and sharing your stories. I am continually inspired by the inner journeys others experience in the outdoor world and look forward to sharing more of those stories in the year to come.
Many outdoor adventurers are afraid to enter the ‘family’ phase because of what that might mean for the pursuit of their passions. But, more and more, people are proving that the next adventure is really just learning to take the kiddies along and experiencing life through their eyes. Not yet being a parent myself, I have turned to the web to see what information I can find. And the more I looked for adventurous parenting ideas, the more resources I found.
I can’t believe it’s been so long since I last stoked the fire, but nonetheless we’re stokin’ it today! I always love the new ideas that come up in these posts, as well as being introduced to some insightful articles, powerful photos…whatever people feel like sharing, really. What will this round hold? This is your chance to Stoke the Fire with any topics you’re discussing on your blog, anything you’ve been thinking and writing about lately, etc…
Many people travel to “get away,” but that doesn’t have to mean that you disappear altogether. Even some of the most remote places on the planet have access to the internet these days, making it possible for you to have the best of both worlds: to be “away,” yet still connected. But, it’s not always easy to blog on-the-go. So, here are some tips to help you create a memorable travel blog, both for yourself and your readers.