Valentine Breton. Camping. April 24th , 2018.
These types of camping toilets are in most cases bulky in design which increases their size and weight thus rendering them a bit less portable. They are best suited for people that are not willing to change the waste bag every time they need to go to use the toilet and are not willing to carry a camping toilet with them on a hike. Since these types of camping toilets are more complicated in design they cost a bit more.
In recent times we have seen the arrival of biodegradable bags which help reduce our impact on the nature. The main advantage for these type of camping toilets is their price. Because their design is not that complicated they are easy to be produced and thus the price is lower. On the other hand we have bulkier more complex camping toilets that are more robust and can be used for a number of times before emptying them since they have a large storing tank for the waste. Some of them also have a water storage tank which enables us to flush the poop in a manner a lot similar to our home toilets.
The camp staff will be familiar with the weather the terrain or requirements for any outdoor camp activities and they can also offer tips that will make the summer youth camp experience much more enjoyable. If you know parents who have sent their teen to the camp before they can also be a great resource for packing tips. The key is to find out as much information as you can then prepare your own packing list.
Little Extras. Pack some self-addressed postcards that will help your teen remember to drop a note home. This will prevent them from using their spending money on postage and allow them to keep in touch with you during their absence. You might also add some personal notes of encouragement in their belongings. Even though it was many years ago that I attended a summer youth camp as a camper I still remember the little notes of encouragement my mom packed in my belongings. They were tucked away in shirt pockets pants pockets and many other unexpected places that didn‘t embarrass me as a youth but reminded me that my family loved me and missed me. Some other things to consider packing with the permission of the camp staff are cameras CD/MP3 players and games. Books are a great addition for evenings when the campfire is over as well.
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