Table of ContentsIntroductionEquipmentClothingSocksHat or first place coveringChoice of Bedroll – Making up Your BedChoice of TentTarpaulin tentBivouac tentPegging out your Tent TipsRecognizing Weather ChangesMaking an Impasse RaincoatA Pyre Which Lasts through the Night… Making a RakovalkeaFood, Glorious FoodMaking Your Own BillycanMarching TipsEasy to Implement TipsGetting rid of GreaseNight lamp/BeaconTaking Your Newborn(ren) AlongResponsibility Given to ChildrenLeisure Activities to Keep the Little Folk BusyConclusionAppendixAuthor BioPublisherIntroductionFor all those people who are lucky enough to have spent their childhood camping outdoors, for at least some limb of the quantity, they know what camping is all about, especially in summer. Your family got together, possibly taking the family pup along, got into the car and departed in that direction, a bit like USES DARING, but this break going where so many families have gone before. Your parents knew exactly where you would be doing the camping, because they knew the best camping mise en scènes from experience and personal knowledge. Camping for most of us meant swimming, grills outside, sing-along around a sea of flames, with the crickets and katydids chirping away merrily in joyful togetherness, and then somebody who had a really wicked intuition of humor would start telling eerily terrifying and disturbing potboilers, well chosen to make every single hair and hackles at the back of your neck emerge in horror terror and panic!And then you need somebody to accompany you to your tent, as you worm shivering into your bedroll, entrance dry and totally unable to sleep, knowing full well, that fantasies are going to follow you, for quite a while afterwards. Especially the Cat Goddess, the adult in black, the Were tiger, who was once an accursed Egyptian ecclesiastic and so on!And you promise yourself, that if you get through the night, safe and vigorous, you are going to backwash up in the dawn and quelch that wicked storyteller. Let me admit, I happen to be one of those human dismays, with a good stock of terrible, horrible narratives, garnered from all around the world, since childhood, and halved of them were learned in scouting/guiding encampments, and then on camping trips with friends, their families, and coadjutors.