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Here are some safety tips for you as parents to share with your kids on hikes and campouts. You may have covered all this and that is good.
When I lived in West Virginia I watched a lot of Tarzan movies (very big at my time as a kid.) I would swing on grape vines and cut them and drink the juice from them. I spent a lot of time in the forest after my farm work was done. I loved it.
Funny thing about the grape vine, a couple of weeks after being cut, they got real slimy on the end. Not very appetizing at that point.
Okay enough about that, now onto the safety tips.
Drinking water from a stream can feel and taste so good, however now days it may not be the safest thing to do.
So Bring clean drinking water for your family because you won’t know what you may get from contaminated water from outdoor sources. Some common illnesses of hikers or campers are bloating, stomachache and diarrhea. None of which you want while camping.
As it might prove very challenging to bring bottled water with you in the camping trip, you may instead consider iodine tablets that can dissolve and kill bacteria, parasites and other water contaminants fast.
Talking about bringing water with you. One simple way is to use a water bladder. They are like a small backpack that holds water. Even a child could carry one. Here is a link, so go take a look.
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