This is Us

Hi everyone! We are the Thrifty Campers, Spiffy & Sweets; A duo just trying to get out of our comfort zone to follow our dreams, getting more in touch with nature more so than we ever have before. We may stumble upon risks and challenges that come our way but are ready to take on anything and everything. funny legs

We are extactic to share our new journey with you all and hope y’all enjoy and get something out of everything we post. Bye for now!

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  1. Did a lot of camping as a child but less now. Hope your journey into nature goes well for you. It never fails to astound me every day now.

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  2. That’s usually how life goes. As a child you have endless amount of time on your hands to do all the fun things you can think of until the day comes that your a grown up lol.

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  3. jesh stg says:

    Easier to camp in California where temps are mild, then to camp in colder climates when you first need to take a plane to Eur. or somewhere else on the globe – too much gear!! Without gear I won’t go:)

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    1. Haha I’m with you on that. Gear, at least the very basics, are crucial not to mention a must. I have yet to ever camp in California, I bet it would be very fun to though.


  4. I just have to say, I love the photo of your feet in the tent. Makes me laugh every time.


  5. Charis says:

    Sounds like a wonderful adventure!


  6. floatinggold says:

    You go, guys! Good luck and enjoy.


  7. Mae Clair says:

    What a fun and fabulous journey you have planned. Enjoy the adventures! 😀


  8. Hi

    Thank you so much for finding my blog, liking a post and commenting, hope you come back again soon



  9. Happy camping! Most of us need to get outside more!


  10. Baydreamer says:

    I love your photo. It reminds me of our many camping trips when our kids were little and recently, too. We are very much into the outdoors and nature, and I thank my husband for that. He started with our son and daughter when they were very young by taking them backpacking. Since then, we’ve camped often, trying to instill the beauty of the outdoors. They’re young adults now, but still love to camp and hike. Just last year, I went backpacking with my husband. I had no interest prior to last year, and now we’re in our mid fifties. So we went in July and August (more difficult hike), and I survived. 🙂 Loved it. We plan on doing more for as long as our bodies will allow. Anyway, I look forward to reading about your adventures, and thanks for your visits to my blog also. By the way, we live in CA, so that’s where we’ve backpacked and camped, as well. 🙂


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