Real camping, as opposed to camping I've done before for Laguna Seca Grand Prix. This is going to be real wilderness camping with, like, bears and stuff.
I wish it was going to be like this --
But more than likely it'll be like this --
It's going to be 82 degrees, probably dry and really hot. I'm really at a loss of what to wear. The only real hiking boots I have are snow boots. I don't have any sneakers that I'd like to "sacrifice" for the quick weekend trip. I *definitely* don't want to wear sandals or anything open toed.
|justin westerner lace up boots; wanted ankle hike booties|
For national forest camping, should I bring bug spray? Bug candles? We'll actually be inside a cute little pop-up trailer for sleeping, so I don't have to worry about a tent or anything, but I just don't know what to bring in terms of surviving the elements. See how much of a city-dweller I am?
I'll probably end up layering my plaid seersucker/linen shirt over a maxi dress but I still don't know what shoes to wear. Not sure if shorts or leggings are good ideas. I just want to wear cozy, comfortable, easy clothes.
Anyway, I would love any suggestions.
camping pic sources: pinterest/tumblr