Exploring the ‘dark side’ may be a psychological need that’s met when the scare is actually over. Virtually everyone knows what it’s like to feel really scared: A pounding heartbeat. Faster breathing. Nervous perspiration. Butterflies in the stomach. But whether that fright is caused by watching a nail-biting horror movie, listening to a spine-chilling story, or prowling through a dark-as-night […]
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thrill-seeker a person who enjoys taking part in extreme sports and other activities involving physical risk Originally posted 2012-04-20 15:05:37.
Thrillseeker may refer to: Adrenaline junkie, one who appears to favor stressful activities Originally posted 2012-04-20 15:04:44.
A thrill-seeker is someone who likes living life “on the edge” by participating in somewhat dangerous activities such as bungee jumping, parachuting, illegal drag racing, etc. Originally posted 2012-04-20 15:02:48.
Buying the right sleeping bag can be as crucial as where you go camping. Check out some of our tips on determining the right sleeping bag. Determine the Purpose of the Sleeping Bag If being used for family camping – consider comfort If backcountry camping – consider weight and size Determine the Shape Rectangular type Provides more space for movement […]
Want to get a quick start? Click on a region of the New York map to find campgrounds and RV parks in that area. Or, select FIND A PARK to narrow your search by services and amenities. Campground Owners of New York (CONY), invites you to get outdoors, go camping New York! Our New York campgrounds and RV Parks provide […]
Ok, Buying a camping tent is really not as easy as just picking one up at the local sporting goods store. OK, it can be, but when you get out in the field with your tent and you end up freezing you’ll realize that you should spend more time in purchasing your camping tent. Caming tents are rated for use […]
If going on a camping trip either alone or with others, it is important to first ascertain the type of camping you will be doing. Will you be taking your vehicle, pulling up next to your tent site with electric availability, which many would consider your cushy type camping, or are you going to be trekking in a remote area […]
“Poor Man’s” First Aid Kit Making something out of nothing. The need to be creative is essential when in the outdoors. For example when hunting, you can dismantle your gun, unload it, take the barrel and blow through the end to create a trumpet-like noise. This does take some practice, but is an excellent mechanism for alerting a member of […]
Connecticut Campground Owners Association Here are some helpful tips and information so that you will be well prepared for your camping trip. Please print them out and keep them handy so that your next camping trip will be safe and a good time for all. Plan your trip so that you arrive at your actual campsite with enough daylight left […]