(Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series about greenhorn dry camping, or “boondocking” as many call it. Topics covered in this second article include tools needed, pleasure stays, emergencies, cooking, flexibility, what to bring and what not to bring.)
By Robert Brennecke
Let’s start with tools needed, because in my estimation you can never have enough tools to work with.
It is so nice to not have to use the back of an adjustable wrench for a hammer, but sometimes necessity rules. Unfortunately the tool box is only so big and the weight needs to be taken into consideration.