Solo Overnight: Tiny Cabin vs Hammock Camping

Join us for a cabin vs hammock solo overnight camp. We do a double overnighter, Dad stays in his tiny cabin, and I sleep in a hammock alone under the stars. We go head to head and compare the cabin against the hammock. We both cook up a feast. Dad cooks on his woodstove in the tiny house and I cook on wrought iron skillets. This is camping in lockdown!


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