campout


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campout

(ˈkæmpˌaʊt)
n
a camping trip
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The campout event will be at the Thunderbird Marina on the west side of Milford Lake, in Junction City.
Any who familiar with San Francisco (as is this reviewer) will find immediate gratification in the oversized city background images which capture such classic shots as the Transamerica pyramid and the busy lives of people walking through city streets--but, this isn't about San Francisco: it's about an urban girl and her doll who are leaving this busy big city to go on a campout.
Plan some fun things for you and your BFF to do together this summer, like a campout in the backyard, organizing a neighborhood carnival or volunteering.
One of the cupcakes in the menu is the Tailgate (caramel cake with salty caramel filling), the Campout (think of s'mores) and the Rum and Coke (rum-soaked vanilla cake with soda frosting).
DON'T MISS A Saturday-night campout in the almond orchard.
And, unless you're willing to campout on a store doorstep the day before delivery, pay the grand that the cheeky git on eBay asked for, or take part in my competition to the right - the odds probably are not in your favour.
The campout featured a bonfire, where everyone roasted hot dogs and made s'mores, and listened to campfire stories.
Once the campout or hunting trip is over, this portable stove is easy to clean and store.
Buffalo River Dene Nation, Dillon: Healthier and Prepared Youth Survival Summer Campout.
We had a kid come," says Emmy Howe, founder of Massachusetts-based CampOut, "who was 13 and had never met a lesbian besides her mom.
A typical adventure is a campout of several days where visitors are introduced to the skills of canoeing.