String fullTitle = "Can living /out/ ever be comfortable?";
int postNumber = "1312719";
String image = "DoomAndBoom.gif";
String date = "07/11/18(Wed)03:25:36";
String comment = "I'm in a bit of a downer period at the moment, and thinking up ways of existing away from everything and everyone is how I'm coping. I, theoretically, have years to learn how to camp, hunt, the ins and outs of safe travel, and all that good stuff. Hell, I'm not even thinking of ending up homeless, as buying a patch of land miles from anywhere (maybe with a well) and sticking a tent down before building a hut is a possibilty.
My biggest concern is rest. Every time I've ever been camping i've been uncomfortable as hell. Now, it was most likely inexperiance and youth, my standards for comfort have lowered in recent decades (I spent over a year living on a half-worn-through futon on a hardstone floor years back), but the one thing I really appreciate in life is climbing into warm sheets on a soft surface and going to sleep.
Can we have a thread exploring the ins and outs of sleeping/resting gear, maintaining it, keeping it dry/drying it out and the frequency of doing so, ect? How different weather has an effect (Northern Scotland is my ideal, as there is fuckign no-one in sections of it, but tis rainy, damp as fuck, and cold much of the year)?";