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- v. Present participle of camp.
- n. activity of camping
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Lodging in a camp.
- n. A game of football.
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- n. the act of encamping and living in tents in a camp
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We got off due to the fact that the rule book states that "camping" is sleeping between the hours of 10pm and 8am.
Many, being luxurious in their tastes, build tiny houses and call them camps, but the true and only genuine "camping" is done under canvas, and its devotees care not for other kinds.
Also, there may be rain, and well -- I'm right hard, it's true, but I'm also not stupid, and the whole point of camping is to go and unplug and have fun.
Reminds me of the "pre-seasoned" cast iron I've seen at gas stations in camping areas.
The best part about camping is being able to take someone who's never been and see the satisfaction on their faces when they catch their first trout and eat it for lunch.
For as much as Ilove hunting, camping is not my thing at all.
My camping is in a wall tent deep in the wilderness not a trailor in a campground.
The area where he was camping is about two miles from where I first saw a wild wolf in 1988, years before the "re-introduction".
An indian trick that I use, especially if I am camping is drink a ton of water before I go to bed.
The only option besides camping is on this route is Meru Mt Kenya Lodge (s/tw US$22/44), a group of comfortable cabins administered by Meru County Council (Kenyatta Hwy, Meru)