Isn't summer wonderful? I just love these long days that seem to stretch on forever. Many people enjoy spending time out-of-doors during the warmer months, specifically camping.
I know a thing or two about camping, or as I used to call it: my daily existence. Now I'm not here to tell you how to clear a campsite or set up a tent. I'm sure there's some manner of fancy app for that. Instead, I'm going to share my patented "Philosophy of the Campfire" which cannot be found just anywhere and should guide you on your next outdoor adventure.
You may not think you need a fire during summer camping what with the aforementioned seasonal warmth, but I'd respectfully disagree. Campfires are about more than just heating and cooking. My "Philosophy of the Campfire" posits that these controlled blazes are an essential ingredient for quality conversations and that unique kind of bonding that comes only through sleeping outside.
So after stating that, here's my philosophy presented four-fold:
Let my "Philosophy of the Campfire" be your guide as you seek outdoor adventures this summer. But remember, these rules only set the stage. The rest is up to you and your campfire friends.