ENJOYING GOD IN HIS CREATION WITH FRIENDS
Walking is good for our soul. God can slow us down and make us more open to hear and see Him. Camping is a great time to relax, explore, and enjoy friendships old and new in God’s creation. We look forward to getting outdoors with you again.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions we have canceled the 2020 adventures. We invite you to click on the images to find out more about local parks and trails to plan your own walk as many are open to individuals and small household groups.
SAN ELIJO LAGOON
ELFIN FOREST RESERVE
(image courtesy of the Elfin Forest Gallery – be sure to check it out on their website)
Please pray with us for the health of our country and the world, for God’s mercy, peace, grace and unity. We look forward to camping with you in 2021. You can check with Recreation.gov or other camping sites (county, etc) about reserving individual camp sites with your family.
Big Bear. http://www.bigbear.com/visitor-guide/
Backpack with all the gear plus 2 liters of water. It weighs out at 15 lbs. I used my regular backpacking pack as my daypack, gained a few lbs, because I don’t have a 30 liter pack anymore only the 54 liter one.
Gear and Essentials Info from REI
- Use moving blankets (purchase at Harbor Freight $5) use as table cloth, area rug for tent and pad under air mattress.
- Durable/comfortable cot – the brand is Kingdom Cot from REI or Amazon.
- Cooking – use oil spray instead of liquid cooking oil
- If there are no showers at a campsite. Use Body Wipes instead (it is more refreshing than shower) and dry shampoo spray available in Walmart at the elder section. (For Big Bear camping – Serrano Campsite across the lake has showers – bring quarters.)
- Towels – use quick dry towels, which are available in many stores.
- Keeping your cooler cold: This will help to reduce the number of times you need to replace ice in your cooler, Here’s a tip to keep the ice and food cold for 4-5 days.
- Cool the cooler 24 hours prior to use.
- Insulate the cooler – pictures below: