‘Life is not meant to be stayed at one place. We are born to travel, experience different cultures and then, form our opinion…’
I realized this statement a bit too late. I was a homely grown kid, who loved playing video games. My dad was in the US Marine Corps and mostly out of station so I didn’t grow the love of physical nature in my early years.
When I was 12 years old, I had a drowning experience. I remember a high wave rocking our fishing boat and me into the water. I also remember waking up from the accident and traumatized by the incident.
The year after my accident gave me nightmares. Sometimes I would close my eyes and feel unable to breathe. I started reading about the sea and how to make myself strong.
I found out that I am not the only one. If I had developed a fear of water, there were my friends who were hurt by a snake and who had their house tarnished by a tornado. Everyone was connected to nature and there was one common weakness in ourselves: We weren’t prepared.
All of us made a plan and we went to Yosemite National Park for camping. It was a fun experience. We gathered help from YouTube tutorials and lived for three days. We planned our next trip in Grand Canyon, however, we didn’t realize that had traveled too far. Our water supply got finished and we resorted to our surviving skills.
What were those surviving skills which helped us? What happened after the trip? How did we get sponsors who became interested in our initial stories?
I, along with my team, will answer these questions through our blog posts and make you excited about camping life. We hope to make our readers strong and promote the hobby of traveling.
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