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This is the fake campfire that started it all – so realistic that the fire department has even been called in while using it! Engage your audience with multiple senses – sight, sound, and smell. Free instructions.
Folding sport chairs are great for camping: they fold up and are small and easy to transport. But the problem with most sporting chairs is that they are not very comfortable. You end up sitting straight up and down on a small seat. Most are not very durable – they last a year or two and then fall apart. Enter the RORAIMA Signature Lightweight Outdoor Camping Chair. It is lightweight, made of a nylon mesh so it is also breathable. It’s ergonomic design has a deep seat and if very comfy for a portable chair. Plus there are two extra pockets for holding drinks and other items. The chair will hold a person up to 230 pounds, so it works well for a large person. There are other “king-size” chairs available that include arm rests, foot rests, etc. – this is not one of those chairs as those items would add to the bulk and weight. This is a simple, but comfortable chair. If this sounds like you, you can grab one from https://amzn.to/2QOStDR #RORAIMA #CAMPINGCHAIR #OUTDOORCHAIR Note: I received this chair in exchange for an honest review. the link provided is an affiliate link which may result ...
As a scoutmaster, I never let the boys in my troop bring any kind of electronics with them on a campout. The idea was to get out and enjoy and learn about the outdoors, not play video games or electronic chat with friends who weren’t out camping with them. so when I was asked to review a video projector that could be used for “camping” I thought, “Really?” I’ll be honest, I still don’t think watching videos has a place on a campout. And the Pravette C7 projector I was given to test doesn’t really lend itself to camping as I know it. This projector is small and lightweight, and works best in total darkness, which is probably why the manufacturer says it is good for camping. But, it requires electricity to run it (there is no battery), which means you are in an RV lot at best. That said, there are some good reasons to consider getting one of these, even for outdoor use, such as in your backyard. Let me explain. Video can be a great learning tool. There are portions of leadership training that use videos to show situations. A couple of times a year, our troop ...