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"I was born and live in North West Russia, but travel a lot. Last month I spent in the South where there's almost no vegetation, only fields of wheat.
So after returning home, the first thing I took was a tent and went to the forest!"
-Igor Cubulsky @igorcibulsky
A campspot nearly in the “shadows” of Mt. Lassen is the ideal resting point on a cold, full moon-lit night.
With a tent setup unrestricted by ground conditions and other weather variables at this Hawaiian campspot, we can only wonder: Is this the future of camping?
If you don’t mind the wintry wind chills, you’re pretty much guaranteed a campspot far away from any traffic and noise as you’re halfway up to the summit of Mt. Shasta.