Yeah, a small flashlight, LOTS of bug spray, a small battery powered fan, and the most important thing.......DON'T FORGET THE PADDING FOR THE SLEEPING BAG!!!!!!!
yes don't go ...
google camping tips for women
yes...a Holiday Inn.....
Lots of bug spray, female products, skin wipes, allergy meds, meds for bug bites, band-aids, disposable plates (otherwise you will be caught doing clean-up). extra shocks, sun screen, a good mosquito net, and consider a child locator alarm for each child. Your husband will probably pack all the other stuff.
Your iPhone, a good book, a fold up camping chair, a hat
water purification pills. tsunscreen. bug repellent. or if in deep woods--bug hat. tuck your pants into your socks so you avoid ticks. have someone check you all over before bed for ticks. drink water and careful with the fire. make sure there is no chance of an ember bouncing out and onto grass or bush. spreads unbelieveably fast. little can stove with a fuel cell would be good.Beans.
the ticks are bad this year. Birds drop them supposedly so they can be in the lawn or anywhere. Doesn't hurt to check the kids and hub before bed.
Bug repellent, matches, first aid kit, a rain poncho, flash light, a knife/hatchet, toilet paper, bottled water, food
bring lots of socks, underwear, and a couple pairs of shoes. Also, try googling some camping supplies.
Well, it's certain types of shoes you have to bring haha
haha, yes, boring ones
... thongs, lipgloss & condoms ...
NO, they have this repellant soap that it better than bug spray!!!!
Yes...they generally are...so if you go to use one, bring your flip flops with you, and wear them into the shower....at least you'll keep a barrier between you and the floor...