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I decided to go camping this weekend! I already have my mp3 player loaded up with the yuru camp ost, non non biyori ost, and yama no susume ost, are there any I'm missing? also any tips for a first time camper?


Make sure that you have lots of water! Go collect lots of firewood when the sun is up and get a fire started well before sun down or youll regret it! And bring a knife, youll never know when youll need a good all purpose knife

What fun plans do you have for while youre camping?


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I recommend not to keep any food in your tent. Also things like toothpaste or deodorant that animals can sometimes mistake for food.


why you drown out the oto of the sekai with music? bring it with you if you want, but you should try to open up to the nice nature and stuff rather than drown it all away. maybe is good on the car ride there.

make sure you put your tent up first while there is still light. nothing worse than putting your tent up in the dark and you drop a peg in the dirt and you're hunting for it in the cold and wet and your light goes out and it all goes terrible.

bring lots of oishiis. also lots of water and a bar of soap and other t*iletries. you can put them in a few zip lock baggos so they don't get dirty and the soap doesn't smoosh onto other things. foil is also good to bring because you can wrap things up in it and cook them over a fire and stuff, but that depends on the oishiis you bring.

idk how it is where you are but i always bring insect repellent. and also bring plastic bags for stuff. always useful to put dirty or wet clothes in that you don't want to wash on site, and also put trash in them. please please always remember to take your gomi with you. if you could bring a plastic bottle in full without a problem, then there shouldn't be any problem taking an empty one with you when it's time to return. don't leave it for bird-san to choke on!!


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Ah I'll make sure to keep all my food in my car overnight or when i leave for walks

walking in trails and maybe renting a kayak or canoe since I've never tried that before!

>open up to the nice nature and stuff rather than drown it all away
I think it will be nice to listen to while cooking and stuff. I will be sure to not drown out the nature sounds though!
I won't be getting to the camp site until near sunset so I suppose I'll also have to hurry setting up my tent.

also dont worry about me leaving my gomi behind I'm very careful about recycling and caring for the environment!

I should probably try to plan out my meals so I don't have to scramble around at gas stations looking for food on the way there


I think everyone else has given good advice, so just enjoy yourself and take it easy. Don't worry about taking pictures to show other people. Breathe in the air and look around you.


wow that sounds really fun! I personally like canoes but they can be a bit tricky and wear you out. try a kayak if youve never gone before, but make sure its a normal one and not one made for white water rafting. Your camping trip sounds like a lot, of fun, I wish i could come


Yes, Kayaks are much easier to use with one person and much more nimble. But the only problem is that your legs are enclosed so it is harder to get out and it could potentially be more dangerous if it flips. It's not actually dangerous if you know what you are doing, you just roll it back up while you are in it but if you don't know the technique it might be dangerous.


canoe is more ii ne! one time i had doggo sit in canoe with me wwww doggo!


Respect the wilderness!


when I was in school this spring I'd go out in the woods behind the dorms at some point most every day. There was a pretty stream. Going out in the middle of night in the winter was kowai but also really pretty and cool


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Been trying to work up the courage to go camping for the last few years now. I even have all the equipment. Hope you have fun camping fren.


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spent all night looking up recipes to make. I found a nice easy chili I think I'll try. I think I'll also try to do fire potatoes like maki and nico made

hmm I think I might just stick to a canoe then. I think they'll have life vests too so I won't have to worry about that.

that sounds nice

I just decided to on a whim, I bet you can too! I don't think I'd ever try the winter camping that they do in the show though, that seems a bit out of reach for a newbie like me for now...


a few months ago somebody on 4/qa/ went camping with their akari daki and took a bunch of pictures. be sure to take some pictures too and show us!


how does niki maco do the taters??


Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew.


Just wrapped in foil and put in the campfire from what I saw in the episode. I wonder if they put any toppings on them or just had them plain.


you can put a little b*tter on it or instead just add a pinch of salt and pepper and that's usually enough. taters can be nice just when they're super fluffy and hot inside but be careful that they're not so hot they hurt your chuu lips.


Last year, around June or July I went on a couple of camping trips. I didn't bring any technology more complex than a flip phone and a handheld battery-operated radio. The second place was actually so remote there was no reception at all!

Enjoy everything about it, from the bugs to sleeping on the ground. Remember that camping is about getting away from civilization and to avoid bringing civilization with you when you go. Also, bring your dog, if you have one.


some campsites set up baits and poisons for bad animals, be careful what your doggo eats if you bring your doggo.


I was thinking about bringing my dog but that seems scary maybe I'll just leave him at my parents place...


I can only imagine that happens at the really crappy 'camps' like KOA parks, there are ways to prevent grizzlys from entering the area without poisoning the wildlife.


I'm going to a state park but their website doesn't say anything about pets other than to keep them leashed


Noooooo your doggo still love it I'm sure, I'm sorry i scare you, is only in some places and it might be region-dependent and when it is, it's usually waaaaaaaay far away from the campers. If you're really concerned just call the park, they should have phon-chan number you can call, pls take doggo with you!

You need a nice fluffy blanket for doggo so they don't get cold at night and a good peg you can drive into ground to tie doggo up at night so they don't chase the little critters at night and get lost.

Don't forget to bring food and water for doggo and watch out for if they jump off the canoe and get wet, wwww that's what my doggo did, then he realize he gotta stay on the deck! (he also did doggo shake on the canoe when we picked him out the water and splashed everyone wwwwwwww VERY funny)


Please confirm doggo will be in attendance, pls.


I brought doggy and it was really cold(almost freezing) last night so we slept in my car together


Aweee cute! <3


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nicomaki hataters turned out really tasty!


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the sunset the last night was super pretty too! Doggy was kinda scared of the canoe so I stayed near the shoreline where it wasn't too deep. I ended up listening to the aria piano ost which really fit with paddling the canoe around. He's starting to get arthritis too so he had trouble getting on and off the dock(and into and out of the car at night) which was kinda sad to watch.

We only spent the last night in the tent because I didn't have a rain thingy and thursday night was below freezing and friday night it rained. I didn't realize just how far north my campsite was too so it really did end up being really hardcore like in yuru camp and I was a bit underprepared. it was really nice that the campsite was almost empty though so nobody had to see me struggle setting up my tent and trying to start a fire!

I hope to have more fun camp adventures maybe once its a bit warmer


Makes me miss winter already...

Might help to get something your dog can step on to make it easier to get in and out of your car.


That's very nice I wish I had nice places to go to.

Also please take care of your doggie the cold is very hard on arthritis

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