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My Idea Of Camping.



I couldn't resist reblogging this indoor tent I found on Spanish blog transito inicial. It pretty much fits with my concept of camping. Especially with the endless rain going on in this part of the world.

Comments

Kylie said…
haha! Love it. My idea of camping too ;)
Kx
blue moss said…
This is certainly my idea of roughing it! Love it.
(and you are right....I do have the best job....wish you could stop by :)
Michelle
Shade of Whim said…
ohh!! this is fantastic! thanks for sharing, lovely!
Hope you had a great weekend too. x
Minnado said…
Love it! I wish i had enough clear floor space to do this sort of thing! Hope that rain has stopped. .
Getrealmommy said…
That is just what my house looks like. Ha!
hi Jo,

we've had a pounding of rain too so i completely empathize with you about wanting to go camp crazy....but indoors - much less puddle jumping and mud track-ins that way too ; )

great tent insp share, cheers! and thanks so very much for coming by to visit me. the comment you left touched my heart deeply. i can see, after reading some of what you've had to come to terms with in your own life, you are one girl who knows how to walk the talk. we're all doing the best we can, living for the next crack of light on this roller coaster ride is what.

i appreciate your words and thank you again for reaching out that way!

i gotta say, as well, your art work is amazing. true talent; it's great to hear and see where your passion explorations are leading. ♥
How neat is that! Certainly a dry option for camping. I think this would be a great spot to chill out in too - some daily meditation perhaps!

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