Hi, I’m Robert M. Rockwood, and I’m so happy to be here to tell you all about camping, hiking, and tons of other outdoor activities! I’m a great outdoor enthusiast and find that it brings me great joy to be out there! I’ve learned and experienced a great many things in my travels and am so grateful to have this blog to share them with all of you.
Let me give you the smallest bit of insight into camping:
The majority of camps are based on a certain age and also the knowing programs are developed keeping in mind those particular teams. For instance, you come from the youngster group, there are children’s summer season camps that are best suited for kids. In a similar way, you are a grown child, a youth camp can be the best choice for you.
All discovering programs, as well as activities, are planned out bearing in mind this teenaged group. This is the phase when you are going into a maturation stage and this is the time when you need to have the training of your body and also your intelligence. You require to pick the option which uses discovering programs providing the demands of teens.
Let’s face it, these days most children, especially teens, hate the outdoors and would sooner sit in a stuffy room with their phone than risk a bug crawling up their leg while camping! Since when did camping become this thing that only extremists do?
In my opinion, everyone should be made to experience camping for the sake of learning basic survival, social skills, and how to appreciate nature in general. You never know where you’re going to end up in the future, so having these skills and characteristics couldn’t hurt, right?
It’s also clear to me that the reason why many children are struggling with ridiculous numbers of allergies and other problems that never used to be so serious is because of the isolation in a home. Don’t get me wrong, having a safe, enclosed environment is a great thing for all of us, but we do need to get out there every once in a while and let our body learn how to fend for itself.
Even though we’ve developed into a powerful species with technologies that our ancestors could never have dreamed of, we are still mammals that require a life outdoors to be fulfilled. You may not feel that way now, but I assure you that if you take the time to explore the outside world and even deny yourself a few of the comforts that we’ve become accustomed to, you too will understand what I feel every time I go out there.
But enough about me. Get out there and read up on what I’ve learned about. Let’s start up some conversations so that we can all learn from one another! I look forward to getting to know everyone in my audience as we take this next step together!
Go nature! Go camping!