Camping in the Canyon
We recommend lanterns, old canvas tents, worn out shoes for the swimmin’ hole, fishing poles, cut-offs and whatever food makes you happy. Because remember, camp food tastes the best.
So here’s the deal: it’s real late and the stars are the only thing out. It’s quiet, the locusts and the wind complement the crack of your campfire. That’s how we like it. That’s when we add another log to the fire and stare a little longer before turnin’ in.
Don’t forget. No glass bottles, or pre-recorded, amplified or otherwise generated music. The mountain lion might take offense.