Summer is the perfect time to break out the fishing poles, pop the tent, and hit the trails. It’s a chance to put the electronics away and open ourselves up to good conversation and creative thinking. For the first time in Open Door history, Krista’s husband, Erik, an avid outdoorsman, joins her to talk about camping, backpacking, and mountain climbing.
If you are wanting more connection with your family, if you are tired of feeling pulled apart or distracted by the pace of modern life, or if you want to break through barriers in a relationship with someone close, this may be one way to do that.
Join in the conversation and be inspired to plan your next adventure in the outdoors!
A few things you heard mentioned on this episode (or things I want you to know about):
Hydroflask Water Bottles
Possible Read Alouds for the Tent:
Love Does by Bob Goff
Everybody Always by Bob Goff
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
Little House Series by Laura Ingalls Wilder
The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw by Patrick McManus
My camping Ebook on kristagilbert.com (camping list, camping menu, etc.)
Eno Hammock (very portable and easy to take with you – stuffs down to nothing in a pack)
Emergency Thermal Sleeping Bag
Emergency Survival Kit
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