As many of you know, I am currently on vacation and won’t be returning to work until after the Labor Day holiday.
Normally I would have written posts in advance and scheduled them to post while I was away but this time I didn’t. I’m not sure why. I was busy and just didn’t feel like it ;-)
But it does bother me to have over a week go by without any posts so I thought I would share some of my photos. Buying the best 4 person tent for your outdoor needs is a difficult task, especially if you are on a budget. Try to grab a quality tent as it will last longer and comes with advanced features to protect you and your family from harsh weather conditions. We have listed many top-notch quality 4 person tents. You can have a view, look at their specs, read their features and in the end decide which one suits your needs. In the buying guide section, you can behold the must-have features in a tent. And you are completely satisfied with one product, give it a final shot and start exploring the areas you had been dreaming of years. Even more information about the Best Coleman Tent can be found here on the blog. If you are looking for a really spacious for 4-6 members of your family, do not pass Coleman Dome Tent with Screen Room. The spacious stent has enough space inside to fit even 2 queen-sized beds. This tent is 10-feet long, 9-feet wide and 5 foot 8-inches height from the center. It features a separate 10*5 feet long screen room that helps you sleep in the day time, as it blocks the 90-percent of the sunlight. Its improved WeatherTech Patented system ensures no water comes into the tent due to welded floors and inverted seams. In whatever condition you are going to camp, the tent will entertain you. In severe cold conditions, the tent might not hold up well, that’s the case for other tents as well, even premium tends would not be able to endure tough cold conditions. Yes, in summer and hot conditions, you enjoy camping with this tent. The tent comes with a mesh rainfly, you can detach that rainfly as well and enjoy sky in dark nights. The tent is easy to set-up, within 15-minutes you will be able to set it up and enjoy. It comes with mesh storage pockets. You can stash small necessities within easy reach due to its mesh pockets. This is the second tent on the line up of the Lynx series. The ALP mountaineering is a big name in outdoor gears manufacturing, but their Lynx series is a little old, less durable but worth your money. The quality is there, but not a rock-solid construction like the other model of the same company. The tent shares the same size as the line-up latest installment Taurus 8.5×7.5 feet. The tent fits 3-people easily, four can also be slipped-in but good to go for three persons. The weight of the tent falls around 9 pounds, a little bulky than others. This tent comes with a rainfly that is waterproof and UV resistant. With it, you get two large-sized vestibules to store gears and other stuff important to you. The tent shares 7’6 x 8’6 base, tougher bottom, sealed seams, and closable vents to offer maximum water-protection. The tent comes with added mesh for improved ventilation and less weight. It is good to go for those who camp in the summer seasons. You also get a few mesh pockets on the walls for easier storage. The tent is designed to barebone but using high-quality material that stands in tougher weather conditions.
It is much cooler here than it was at home. I’m almost cold. Apparently it was hot right before I came but somehow Fall has arrived here. It’s been so long since I lived in New England that I forgot how short the summers can be.
The first full day we went to Lake Willoughby, a secluded lake near my brother’s house. It was only 63 degrees but was a beautiful day. As you can see, some people were swimming but I was wearing jeans and a sweatshirt. There was no way I was going swimming.
Alex and my brother (a hardy Vermonter) did not have the same problem and had no problem playing in the water all day. Alex had purple lips much of the afternoon.
I was feeling a little down before I left for Vermont and am already feeling much better. I think I spent too much time working this summer and not enough time relaxing. This trip is exactly what I needed.
And I’ve decided that after being alone for quite some time, I think I am ready to start dating again ;-)