"Glamping" Brings Easy Living and Technology to the Camping Experience

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Camping has traditionally meant getting away from modern comforts to get closer to nature. Some campers do not want to part with their cellphones, MP3 players, and other luxuries and are bringing them along for the ride to the woods.

They are bringing their tech-gear out to the woods and seeking out a more comfy outdoor experience. The Washington Post reports on the trend of "glamping", a term used by camping purists who prefer unplugged trips to the wilderness.

According to the Washington Post story, park owners are making living outdoors easier for their guests by offering ready-to-go tents, Wi-Fi, and satellite TV connections. Outdoor equipment manufacturers are following the glamping trend by offering gear with built in alarm clocks and MP3 players.

Source: The Washington Post
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