Posted: 27 Jan 2009 08:35 AM CSTHave you ever wondered how and why people go camping in the winter? What drives these crazy people to leave their warm abodes to go out in the winter to go camping? And you see them with smiles on their faces talking about it before hand and afterward with this far off gleam in their eyes. The skills that you will learn can and will be applied to your daily living, without you even realizing it.
Paths Peaks & Paddles, Inc. will teach you how to take “the weather” out of your outdoor experiences. PPP has teamed up with Williamsville Community Education to present “Winter Camping 101”
Come out and learn how to camp in the winter. Over a course of five Wednesday evenings you will learn how to travel, camp, cook, prepare meals and uppermost be warm in the land of white (without bugs). And then come camping with us on a two day and one night adventure. (Winter Camping Flyer)
They have literally taught hundreds of people over the last 15 years winter camping and they coming back so we must be doing something right. If you don’t get hooked on winter camping, you will at least be able to tell your grandkids you were a winter camper!
Questions, concerns and additional information christine@pathspeakspaddles.
Paths Peaks & Paddles, Inc.
1000 Ellicott Creek Rd., Tonawanda, NY 14150
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