Nancy Wynne Newhall said, “the wilderness holds answers to questions we have not yet learned to ask.” In today’s busy world where people don’t have time to listen to their own thoughts or worse don’t like to listen because of what they hear, it’s ever more necessary for people to detach and again find their center.
Balance is true happiness as it’s the mean between complete good and complete bad and without one, the other cannot exist. Nature, in all its splendor, is the epidemy of balance and so it shouldn’t be a surprise that in nature people tend to find their balance. The question people should ask isn’t whether to camp or not, but rather which tent to take when camping.
Tent Camping is For Champions
Some of the top reasons that people don’t like to go camping are that they don’t want to sleep on the ground, they don’t like critters getting into their tent, tents take forever to set up, or they don’t like driving and then walking to the spot where they would set up their tent. All of these complaints are understandable when taking into account the world we live in where luxury trumps blind adventure.
Then roof top tents came into existence. Imagine a tent on top of your vehicle that only takes mere minutes to set up, has a padded bed, and goes where your vehicle goes (without the extra walking), and doesn’t cost tens of thousands of dollars as an RV can. From there one just has to decide on a soft-shell or a hard-shell. There are pros and cons to both types. The soft-shell has more room where the hard-shell is more structurally sound. The soft-shell provides shade outside the tent as well as inside but the hard-shell provides more safety and security against unexpected weather and critters. Both provide for an experience to be remembered.
Is Nature Calling You?
In this world of bustling work and worries, it pays to step back and enjoy the world around. Roof tents help to do just that; providing everyone a chance to enjoy nature. Whether the tent is on the ground or the roof, whether it’s soft-shell or hard-shell, one needs to remember the words of Alice Walker, “in nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.