Thanks for taking us along! Thanks for the tips, advice, and sharing gear.
Thank you for joining me Jimmy.Be well my friend.- Luke
Another fine video,my friend. I've hiked that section many,many times,before they rerouted it,it used to come out right in front of my house.
Thank you Jim.- Luke
I am from the Uk and you have inspired me and afew mates to retake up camping. Use to do it alot when i was a kid but stopped when got older. Me and my mates did go about a month back and really enjoyed ourselves thank you.
Stephen my friend, that sounds great! Have fun, be safe.- Luke
Argh, you comment box just ate my comment, here comes another attempt...First an easy question. How come you don't cook your morning coffee/breakfast in the tent? Part of what I love about camping is having those easy relaxing mornings, drinking my coffee and spooning hot porridge in my gob, while still sitting in my fluffy, warm sleeping bag.Then a request/observation. Why not show the breakdown of the camp? This is often the least enjoyable part of camping and I bet for some, the most frustrating. It's easy packing a tight pack on the living room floor, but when you're packing out in the outdoors it's not so easy to get that efficient packing going on. How do you make sure you're not leaving something behind? Do you break down your tent first or last? How do you avoid taking a terrarium full of leaves, bugs and dirts home with you when you pack up your tent? Do you wipe it down before you pack it to get rid of humidity? How about when it rains?And finally, thanks for making very entertaining videos, you seem like a nice guy who would be fun to go on a trip with. :)Cheers,Tor Magnus