Backyard September 17 2012
12 Places We Would Love to Go Cool Camping or Glamping
~:: Inspired Camping ::~
If you had a money tree in the backyard where would you choose to visit to indulge in a bit of camping or glamping? Where would the stars shine the brightest, the sea be the clearest, nature be the most… well, natural?
There’s an endless list of places you could include on your list so we thought we’d give you a helping hand. We’ve thought long and hard about it and pulled together some of the most amazing places we believe could give you an unforgettable experience. So start dreaming of being your own Robinson Crusoe. It’s time to take a break and visit the great outdoors Inspired Camping style!
ABOUT SARAH: Sarah is the founder of Inspired Camping, a free online magazine created to inspire cool family camping and glamping adventures, by offering high quality, vintage, eco-friendly and humorous articles and giveaways for any type of camper. She is also the author of Beach Potato a summer and surf adventure novel for kids and adults alike.
Occasionally Sarah manages to escape into the camping wilderness for some much-needed adventure with her family, and dusts off her Custard Point surfboard whenever she can. She particularly enjoys foraging for wild foods and finding treasures in the hedgerows she can turn into her own specially prepared meals, cider and wine.
Butterflies, Bumblebees and Blue Flowers
~:: la bella vita ::~
Roz Corieri Paige has been authoring, ‘la bella vita’ since 2008, a blog that celebrates scrumptious recipes and bountiful gardening on her Carolina acreage. Roz gained her cooking and gardening experience from her Italian family and graciously invites you to share in the philosophy of her heritage: to live “the beautiful life” and savor the beauty around you, whether in your gardens or in the food that you prepare for those that you love. Roz welcomes you to her blog and hopes that during your visits, you will feel inspired to live life more deliciously and beautifully! Cheers!
~:: The Herbangardener ::~
Birdwatching! What a sweet, simple pastime. My family had bird feeders when I was little, but that feels like a long time ago. And now that my hubby and I have a yard (the very same yard I grew up in), we put one up and I remember now what a truly awe-filled experience backyard birdwatching is. So invite those wild birds into your yard space and prepare to be totally captivated by this up-close experience and the heartwarming antics of an ever-changing variety of species.
When Chickens Rebel
~:: A Nest for All Seasons ::~
For the best of times and the worst of times, chickens are an essential part of our home. You see, in the best of times they are the most pastoral of pastoral subjects, clicking their toes and clucking their throats as they waddle their two-legged run across the back yard. In the worst of times they provide the quintessential perfect food to sustain us; the incredible, edible egg. It is such a small thing, but that fragile, life-giving egg means we can survive almost anything. It is security every single morning that if we have nothing else in the fridge — we can still have eggs. Of course, all of that security flies right out the window when your chickens rebel against you…
ABOUT AMY: Amy Renea is a freelance writer, designer and editorial photographer, based in Hershey, PA. As a design writer for HOUZZ and a craft designer for Crafts Unleashed , Amy splits her time between discovering architectural gems and being covered head to toe in glitter. Amy’s work has been seen in a variety of outlets including the Nate Berkus Show, FORBES, Garden Design and Hobby Farm Home.
When Amy isn’t blogging, she’s chasing around three little boys and eight crazy chickens in the backyard. When she gives up the chase, you’ll find her sipping on dandelion tea on the back porch. Get behind the scenes photos, inspiring ideas and more by following along on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, or Instagram!