Tips & Warnings
Use excess rope to create a clothesline to dry your clothes or other wet items.
Cover firewood and outdoor chairs with a tarp, as well.
Never try to build a fire or start a kerosene or gas heater inside a tent, as there is improper ventilation, and carbon-monoxide poisoning could occur.
If severe lightening strikes in tandem with the rainstorm, move to your automobile or to another safe form of shelter.
Article Written By Julie
Julie is an outdoor enthusiast and freelance writer. She enjoys hiking and camping the North Woods of Michigan, as well as remote regions of Canada. She spends her free time backpacking and exploring new and unchartered territory on all of her outdoor expeditions.