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5 Ways to Use Mason Jars on a Camping Trip

Utilize mason jars on your next camping trip with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. You know mason jars are used for canning food and mason jar crafts. If you really want to get creative, you can even use mason jars when you’re camping. From beverage holders to camping storage solutions, find out five ways to use mason jars on a camping trip with these helpful tips from Blain’s(…)

Care & Cleaning Tips for Camping Stoves

Make your camping stove last longer with these care and cleaning tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Camping is a fun way to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Of course, cooking on an open fire or a camping stove is part of the fun! Just like any other piece of camping equipment, camping stoves require proper care for the best performance and the longest product life. With these(…)

Packing a Kayak for Camping

Learn how to pack for kayak camping with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Camping and kayaking are two activities that are staples of summer. Getting outdoors, enjoying everything that Mother Nature has to offer. But what if you combine them? Kayak camping is a great way to camp in remote places that may not be accessible other than by boat. Or you can even use it as an(…)

6 Tips for Camping in the Rain

You can still enjoy your camping trip with these six tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Don’t let a little rain ruin your family camping trip! You can still enjoy the great outdoors even when Mother Nature throws rain your way. With some preparation and the right equipment, you can still go camping in the rain. Use these easy tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. 1. Find the Right Site(…)

Tips for Camping with Dogs

Follow these tips for camping with dogs from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Your dog is a part of your family. When you go on a family camping trip, it only seems natural your canine family member should come with, too. Camping with dogs can be fun, but you also need to be prepared and know what your dog will need for a successful camping trip. Follow these tips from Blain’s(…)

How to Mount A Cargo or Bike Rack

Whether you’re going hiking, camping, or biking, a hitch-mounted cargo rack or bike rack can make your trip much easier. You can carry your bikes or supplies outside of your vehicle without having to lift them up top and risk scuffing or scratching your car’s paint. They can allow you extra room in the cab to make your trip more comfortable, and give you more room for other supplies inside(…)

5 Ways to Stay Cool When You’re Camping

Beat the heat on your next camping trip with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. As summer approaches, it’ll be time to get out the camping gear. A family camping trip is a great time to make memories and explore the great outdoors. Unfortunately, sometimes the great outdoors includes unbearable heat. Without the comforts of home–and air conditioning–you’ll need some creative ways to stay cool when you’re around the(…)

4 Tips for Winter Camping

Have a fun and safe time winter camping with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Camping is a staple summer activity. It can even be a fun time for the whole family in fall. But you can also go winter camping. Camping in winter is a great way to get outdoors when you’re fighting cabin fever. With the right equipment and preparation, you can have a blast in the snow. 1. Layer(…)

Protecting Your Campsite from Animals

Follow our tips for protecting your campsite from wild animals. Camping is a great way to get away from it all and enjoy nature. You and your family can explore the great outdoors and come back to a cozy campsite for meals around the perfect campfire. However, the food for those meals is the perfect way to attract wild animals. You need to know how to properly store your food(…)

How to Build a Campfire

Build the perfect campfire with help from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Sitting around a warm campfire is one of the best parts of camping. You can cook s’mores, tell ghost stories and just have a good time with everyone on your camping trip. 1. Make a Fire Pit If your campsite doesn’t have a designated fire site, or you’re out in the wilderness, you’ll need to make a fire pit.(…)

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