How do you keep dry camping?

  1. Pack Your Must-Be-Dry Items First.
  2. Setup Your Campsite In a Water-free Location.
  3. Waterproof Your Gear.
  4. Dry Bags Are Your Friend.
  5. Pack a Weatherproof Fire Starter.
  6. Layers, Layers, Layers.
  7. Bring Along Some Trash Bags.
  8. Pack a Clothesline.

How much water do I need to Boondock?

Our rule of thumb is 1-gallon for drinking per person, per day, and one more gallon per day for cooking, washing, and brushing teeth.

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