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5 items to make Glamping/Camping even more fun!

  Now that warm weather has arrived,  Natural Blue is ready to help you become a glamping enthusiast. Don't know what to bring glamping to make Glamping even more fun? No worries. Natural Blue is here to give you 10 things you should bring to your next Glamping adventure. 1. iPhone Tripod Did you really go glamping if you didn't post it onto your social media? If you're bored of selfies and want to ensure you get the best photos on your adventure, invest in a tripod for your iPhone ($18, originally $30). Fire-Starter Kit No need to sweat survival basics when you have the best campmate. The Light My Fire Fire Lighting Kit ($24) supplies you with everything you...

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  What is Glamping? Glamping or “glamorous camping” pairs destinations with the intimacy of camping and the world of luxury travel. Glamping is the quickly becoming the ultimate travel experience. Imagine visiting a remote island overlooking a tropical jungle in your 4-star treehouse appointed with the luxuries you would find at any high-end resort. If the mountains are in your destination desires, envision enjoying a summer sunset next to the calming sounds of a river outside your 5-star canvas tent. And what better to have fun wearing the best glamping Natural Blue fashion. :) As you enjoy a glass of fine wine, your on-site staff prepares a private dinner. How about evening tea on the African Serengeti as elephants graze in...

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Attention New Yorkers: Put away your shorts and tee shirts. Winter is coming fast!

As the famous philosopher Isaac Newton once said, "What goes up must come down".  This quote can be applied to New York in many ways; The stock market, fashion trends, elevators, the train system, and unfortunately, the temperature.   In a metropolis full of extremes, it is only right the the hot, sunny summer is contrasted by a dark, frigid winter.  For some, it is easy to take the summer for granted.  Smelly train rides, sweaty commutes to work, and a unique heat that radiates from the concrete can have even the most mindful New Yorkers catching themselves longing for the winter.  And visa versa once the snow shovels and ski masks come out. Is is not all bad though...there is...

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