Tell them that the chocolate fairy might visit in the middle of the night , or does that one only work kids .Problem 2 is that all my friends are 'girly' girls and just arent in to the outdoors thing like I am. I have not been able to get even one of them remotely interested in a night out. Any tips on how to get them in to our way of thinking greatly received
I think you've hit on it. Don't invite them camping; just ask them to stop by for supper. Let them taste the food while enjoying the view. They'll be curious and explore your campsite and see how comfortable you've made it, etc. If they don't appreciate it after that then try someone else.Tell them that the chocolate fairy might visit in the middle of the night , or does that one only work kids .
Or pick a warm evening in the summer pack some nice food and a couple of bottles of wine , find somewhere with a nice view and chill out have a drink and a laugh.
LOL. I had one of my friends at work mention how her husband always calls her over to show her the snake or alligator at the edge of the water then wonders why she doesn't want to go again.outdoor stuff is a pain with the better half... all she does is moan about how theres 'too many creepy crawlies' etc. Sometimes I do stuff on my own, sometimes stuff with mates. I learn more and see more on my own, which is great, but its also great to have somebody to have a blether with a share the experience when you come accross something amazing, say like spotting a deer or finding a huge fungus!