How to get the wild outdoors in the New Year

The natural world has been a great source of inspiration for people in 2017.

The weather, the beauty, and the stories of wild animals and flora have inspired a number of people to take up camping and travel.

These people include those who are just getting into camping, as well as those who have long been avid outdoors enthusiasts.

But what about those who already have a tent and camping gear?

Can you be as successful as you would be without a tent?

To find out, we asked experts to give us the top tips for a successful outdoor year.

1.

Plan for your campsite in advance 2.

Prepare for camping 3.

Get good at setting up camp and setting up food 4.

Know how to stay hydrated 5.

Keep an eye on how the weather affects your camping location 6.

Get ready to cook 7.

Make your own campfire 8.

Find a good spot to camp out in the park 9.

Be aware of wildlife in the wild 10.

Know where to get a good view of the stars 11.

Make sure you are properly prepared for a storm 12.

Know the rules and regulations of your campground 13.

Learn how to deal with your own water shortages 14.

Make a list of all the places you will need to visit in your year 15.

Know your rights and responsibilities 16.

Be prepared to be arrested 17.

Make plans for a new year, or even a new life in general 1.

Planning ahead: The first step in making a plan is to understand where you are and what you are doing.

If you are camping in a forest, this is going to be a pretty daunting task.

To help you plan ahead, here are some simple guidelines to help you make the most of your time.

2.

Pick a spot in the forest: Choose a spot that will give you a clear view of your campsites and the surrounding area.

Make certain you are in a spot with plenty of shade, and plan to get to your campsitons quickly.

For example, if you plan to camp in the middle of a large forest with a large number of trees, make sure you leave enough space for people to camp and for animals to feed.

3.

Make an appointment with a campground official: If you plan on camping in the woods, you should definitely get an appointment from a campgrounds official.

Campgrounds are the key place for finding campsites, so it is important to make arrangements with them so that you can plan your camping trip.

For instance, if there are no campsites available in your area, you can still camp at your favorite campsite.

For those of you who already own a tent, a camp site will usually be the closest option.

4.

Set up camp: Before you leave home, make a plan to set up camp for the next year.

For the next few weeks, make plans to get set up and to stay as hydrated as possible.

Plan to eat plenty of fresh, low-calorie foods, such as fresh berries and fruits.

Make campfire cooking a priority.

In addition to cooking, you will also need to keep your gear dry.

Make meals that include plenty of protein and calories.

5.

Stay hydrated: Be aware that the weather can change quickly.

Be sure to check the weather forecast and plan accordingly.

If the forecast is particularly wet, you may want to consider heading out to sea for a few days.

If it is dry, however, it is not a good idea to go camping.

It can make your trip to the park difficult and your food quality lower.

If this is the case, you need to make sure to pack in a hydration pack, such a CamelBak, that you will be able to take with you.

You will need this pack in case you need it for an emergency or in case of a breakdown.

6.

Plan meals: Make sure that you are getting enough protein, carbs, and fat.

This is a big deal, as your body needs the carbs to function properly and the fats to help it digest the food that it needs to live.

Here are some tips to help ensure that you get the nutrients you need: Limit calories: Eating too much can be a problem if you are not getting enough energy from food.

However, when you are eating a lot of food, the amount of calories is much higher than when you eat a little.

Be mindful of how much food you eat so that it is enough for you to eat when you need the calories.

Limit the amount you consume in a day: For example if you eat two large meals a day, you would need to eat 2,500 calories.

That means that if you were to eat a meal a day of 2,000 calories, you could only eat about 2,400 calories of food.

Keep this in mind when planning your meals: If a meal is too much, you want to limit the amount that you eat.

Keep it simple and make sure that there is a balance between the protein and