Not the outdoorsy type, a woman’s favorite part of camping was campfire cooking.
Roughing it while camping in Colorado makes for eventful family trip.
Soon to be turning 50, a man ventures out on a road trip and a camping adventure at Great Basin National Park.
A Girl Scout leader finds tent camping both exciting and tricky.
CAPPER's readers share their camping adventures and stories of roughing it in the wilderness.
Entertaining was truly a team effort on a Kansas homestead, but play parties certainly set the tone.
Grandchildren joined their grandparents on the homestead and attended the local church Christmas program.
A German Mennonite settles on a South Dakota homestead.
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