Primitive Camp Grounds
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1) First off, if you are staying in an RV, there is no need to read the rest of the list… you are not Primitive Camping.
2) Did you strap on a pack and hike it in to your campsite? If not, chances are, you are still not Primitive Camping.
3) Can you see your car? If so, you are automatically NOT Primitive Camping.
4) Thirsty? Take a drink. Did you just get water from a something sticking out of the ground, right next to your tent? Primitive Camping? NOT!
5) You just got to your campsite. Do your legs ache? If not, you are probably not camping too primitive.
6) Do you see flames? If you are Primitive Camping, then you better run. I think the woods are on fire.
7) If you just plugged in this thingy with two prongs into another deal sticking out of the ground, and something started humming, you are most decidedly NOT Primitive Camping.
8) Do you know what Propane is? If you just went, “Huh?”, you really need to stay home anyway.
9) Have you ever gone into the woods, dug a deep hole, spent a little time out there, and returned with less toilet paper than when you left? Congratulations… you are Primitive Camping.