What are the Camping Tourist Equipments?
Am going outdoor vacation in between 15 days.. may I know what are the most need camping equipment‘s while camping?
I found this great blog that will help you with things to bring/ equipment you will need. Http://pocketranger.wordpress.com/?s=camping+equipment
It looks like a great tool!
My first job interview, what kind of questions will they ask?
It’s an interview for a small shop which sells camping and outdoor equipment.
Its totally the opposite of my personal hobbies and stuff, but its a job so i will take anything lol!
Its my first ever interview (im 17) and its for a saturday job.
What kind of questions do you think they would ask?
And how should I answer them?
Well, since you will be selling things, they will ask you how comfortable will you be selling things to people. They will ask you about your people skills and how well you are able to interact with others.
They will probably run through a few scenarios to see how you would handle situations. Always remember when it comes to sales positions, the customer is always right.
Good Luck to you!
where near London can you go camping for the weekend?
I have all the camping equipment and think i should get using it for random weekends here and there where i leave after work on a Friday and come home on the Sunday.
I was wondering if there was anywhere we could go fishing where we can eat the catch?
or if there is a campsite offering outdoor activities?
I used to take my boots and rucksack into work on Fridays, hitch to wherever I could get to from Luton….Derbyshire was easy up the A6 for a weekend’s walking on Kinder or around Dovedale or Hope Valley….and come back Sunday evening, hitching again.
From London you can get a train or a National Express coach to Kent or Essex or to the Sussex coast and have a good weekend away.
If you want to eat the catch you’ll need a rod license and a day permit for the water you’re fishing, which makes expensive eating.
Water bailiffs turning up at the wrong time make it even more expensive than buying a license and a permit, so why not look at coastal or estuary locations where you can get a bigger variety of fish from tidal waters for free?
The beautiful mudflats of the hundred or more estuaries around Kent and Essex are great for plaice and dabs and you can get hidden away and camp for free as well as getting free fish.
Wild camping isn’t strictly allowed in most of UK but thousands of people do it….just be discreet.
The reed beds of the Kent marshes were home to pirates many years ago, where the customs men couldn’t find them.
They built floating huts in the reeds, lived in them, and stored the booty in them.
Inland there are the lovely Chiltern Hills where I’m from, the North Downs and South Downs, and for a more homely landscape with a good camping site there is the big and lovely Lee Valley Project, with easy access from Enfield straight into open country.
There are 26 miles of tracks by the river Lee, from deepest Hertfordshire right into the East India Docks. There are good fishing spots, boating, riding, all kinds of sports, and it’s right on the edge of London.
The camp site near Edmonton is easy to get to, has good facilities, and would be an easy way of getting used to the equipment whilst having an easy escape as well and things to do if the weather turns rough.
Epping Forest has two good sites and a youth hostel where you can camp in the grounds. It was my first weekend away with my GF when I lived in Westminster, and she beat me on the bike by nearly half an hour!!
The warden confirmed her check-in time……
Later I found out how she did it……I stayed at her house in the hilly Isle of Man. Her training route was the same one later used by Mark Cavendish who’s had loads of wins including the Tour de France and other events.
Http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/cycling/8792992.stm . . . .
http://www.leevalleypark.org.uk/en/content/cms/where_to_stay/camping_edmonton/camping_edmonton.aspx . . . . . .
Camping in and near London
http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=At2LFOJXKRo0xVPIaF_FYI8hBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20100630134014AA0RM2P&show=7#profile-info-oG8g6vLFaa . . . .
Is there a shop called outdoors on sealand rd chester?
apparently it deals in outdoor equipment, camping, walking poles etc.
Look in the phone book
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