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10-30-2013 06:43 PM
across7 My husband and I love to backpack, and I've found a wrap/moby wrap to be a great way to hike with baby from the earliest days on. Wraps are easily worn with a backpack, as well.
10-29-2013 01:43 PM
pokeyac Bumping up for more attention!
10-24-2013 03:20 AM

We moved to a small, Scottish village and are very outdoorsy. Love to hike, camp, etc.


I found that it is nice to cook food indoors and then take it all up the hill in a pot, making a fire and having dinner there. It rocks. There is something very crunchy in sitting around the fire as a family, as opposed to sitting in front of screens. 


I am currently pregnant and am wondering what gear will be best for new baby? I have bought a baby carrier (the ones on the back that can be folded out as a high chair, but it is only 6+ months).


So far, we have a large tarp that we put up whichever way we like, tents, insulation mats, gas stove, axes for fire wood, good knives and a saw, sleeping bags (for adults though), special flasks and pots, outdoor cutlery and metal mugs. And a nice radio that you wind up when battery is empty, plus wind up torches, too. 


Anyone else? What do you do outside? How do you spend quality time outdoors? 

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