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Evaluating Camp...

Discussion in 'Other Camping' started by Northern Dancer, Sep 7, 2017.

  1. Northern Dancer

    Northern Dancer Survivalist

    :peeking:THIS IS A CAMP SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE
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    A QUESTION WAS ASKED OF ME THE OTHER DAY. "DO YOU EVER EVALUATE YOUR SELF/CAMP AT THE END OF A TRIP?"

    I'm pleased to say that I do. Why? Because it makes me a skilled camping guy AND it contributes to my knowledge and more especially my personal satisfaction.

    Here are the questions that I ask and think about. What went well? What didn't go so well?

    How could I improve? I'm particularly critical of the equipment that I took. I do the evaluation at the end of camp and I make sure I make notes on my equipment check list for future reference.

    These tips help you become a pro.

    For example: I took a three season sleeping bag on my first trip in May. It was okay but a winter one would have made me a lot more comfortable. So...Come time to go to Camp Wendake at the end of August into September I decided to take a winter bag. Smart choice - camp was the coldest on record. This is called learning from experience and more especially putting your learning into practice.

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