It’s not a campground. It definitely wasn’t on a trail. And I didn’t even need to throw up a bear bag before calling it a night. That’s right – I stayed at my very first bed & breakfast. It was a classic bed and breakfast, no air in the name, because I believe it to be part of every travel junkie’s rite of passage.
Your first year as a backpacker can be painfully expensive, overwhelming and confusing. Baffle or no baffle? Do you need dual-density hiking shoes? A vestibule for the tent? Is your jacket DWR? Why do I need to cook my backpack frame?
As serious car camping rooks, we made a lot of mistakes. But we did do something right this trip. We grabbed the 3.3 lbs. twin sized GoRumpl Puffy Blanket. And it was awesome.