Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Defining 'camping' depends on phase of campers' lives

It's a debate as old as a covered wagon, a conundrum as vexing as starting a fire without a match.

Is it really camping if you aren't sleeping on the ground in a tent?

Campground owners say despite friendly ribbing, camping is camping, whether it's in a tent designed to hang off the side of a cliff, a family-friendly pop-up, or a comfortably-sized recreational vehicle that allows for a hot shower, television viewing and microwave popcorn. Full Story...


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