Recreation: The In Way to Camp Out

Many would-be campers are deterred by the hazards of picking a site, finding drinkable water, sleeping on rib-gouging ground—not to mention the horrors of pitching a tent in a wind. Nowadays, however, the compleat camper can drive right up to the lakeside or forest glade where he plans to spend the night and immediately cook supper, take a shower and bunk down, regardless of the terrain or weather.

This may not be the ruggedest way to answer the call of the wild, but its appeal accounts for one of the most notable...

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