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This is a discussion on ENFPS - Do You Dislike Camping? within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Moby I just got back from a 5 day camping/fishing trip. While I enjoy fishing, I really ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby View Post
    I just got back from a 5 day camping/fishing trip. While I enjoy fishing, I really don't like camping much. I find everything from the cold, or heat, bugs, lack of hygiene such as you'd find in a tent or trailer, exposure to the elements, etc. to be a very Se experience. Therefore it's pretty off-puting to me, yet so many sensor types seem to enjoy this pastime.

    Do you like, or do you dislike, the camping experience?
    Noo I love it 😍
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    Quote Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 View Post
    Yes! Definitely on the hiking :) or a long walk !
    What's your favorite camp memory?

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    I like that you interact with people on these threads not just answering the host but asking questions of other people who respond. It's a good trait you have.

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    I've perpetually loved camping. I've always seen it as an adventure. My parents loved camping so they started me off at a very wee age. I've had some great times when on these treks. Long lost trails, the smell of a campfire, and viewing a thousand fireflies over the lake. I can laugh, sing songs, tell ghost stores, and eat smores. I guess when my memories of fun and relaxation revolve around an event it sticks. Like camping, food, drawing, swimming, and hard covered books always will make the pleasure center of my brain light up. Speaking about the food I have a pretty scrumptious peach cobbler recipe that I can fix in a campfire. I can go in comfort or just hike in a backpack with minimum comfort. I've even gone camping for nearly six months with my Ex in Canada. One of my favorite ones was camping and canoeing down a river with friends. It's almost a necessity for my spirit to be in the wilderness for a couple of days with someone I love.

    Last edited by NIHM; 05-29-2019 at 04:52 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby View Post
    I like that you interact with people on these threads not just answering the host but asking questions of other people who respond. It's a good trait you have.
    I love that about @ai.tran.75 too, and Ai, I realize I didn't ask you back. What's your favorite camping memory?
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    There is something very freeing about camping which only us modern people living in decent houses can appreciate, lol.
    When I was a teen we lived in a tent in the woods of Maine for 3 months. It was one of the funnest parts of my life - nothing to do but read crates of books from the local library under the trees near a soothing river... until fall rolled around and it got cold. Then the water was freezing over and my air mattress was leaking every night depositing my butt on the very cold ground. Ever tried blowing up a mattress half asleep in the dark with shivering hands/arms?
    It was rough, but fun, and I'd do it again in a heartbeat!

    A few years later I took my mom on a flight into the mountains north of Boise, where the campground itself included the grass landing strip that served as the airport for the town of Garden Valley. The caretaker / tower operator / tour guide came out to meet us in a - lawnmower! - to help take our luggage to the campsite, lol.
    Setting up our tent, I went to upend the air mattress box to start making the bed, and out of the box falls a whole bunch of paperwork. Apparently the box had been used for storage and the actual mattress was still at home. Mom was NOT happy. Her version of camping absolutely includes air mattresses :P
    The next day we spent driving around in the campground rental car which was a Cadillac like 60 years old, looking at the town and a way down to the huge long river for our planned fishing. We ended up going up a thin dirt trek that winded up a mountain, with no way to turn around until you were all the way at the top, which is where the car coming down almost hit us off the side of the mountain. That's where I got my first grey hairs at 17, LOL.
    The trip ended with me taking a last minute bathroom trip before leaving, where the big heavy spring action door caught one of my fingers on the way out and broke it... right before I had to fly us home. Snort.

    Now camping with horses is a lot funner… I always wanted to take mine on a long cross country type of trip but didn't get the chance. Someday though! Getting out in nature without all the luxuries connects us with ourselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sour Roses View Post
    I took my mom on a flight... right before I had to fly us home.
    Woah, are you a chopper pilot??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fru2 View Post
    Woah, are you a chopper pilot??
    LOL, no, small planes... I have my private license, but only ever used it for fun (moving up is out of my price range, sadly :( )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sour Roses View Post
    LOL, no, small planes... I have my private license, but only ever used it for fun (moving up is out of my price range, sadly :( )
    That's awesome!! I wonder what other skills you've got up your sleeves that I still need to hear about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fru2 View Post
    That's awesome!! I wonder what other skills you've got up your sleeves that I still need to hear about.

    Oh, but don't you wish you knew?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sour Roses View Post
    Oh, but don't you wish you knew?
    You INFJs do love to ask rhetorical questions, don't you?
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