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How to keep kids happy during a long camping trip

Is it even possible these days for a child to be away from his/her TV, PlayStation, iMac, or Motorola Razr? These (now) everyday "necessities" turn fishing by the pond into Wii Rapala Tournament Fishing. Nowadays, its a huge challenge to bring their children to a camping trip. More then likely if so, there will be a plasma screen, Xbox 360, and a generator strapped to the back of the car. Now how can the "electronic load" be lightened and hopefully reduced to zero? Many exciting and family

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How to keep kids happy during a long camping trip
Is it even possible these days for a child to be away from his/her TV, PlayStation, iMac, or Motorola Razr? These (now) everyday "necessities" turn fishing by the pond into Wii Rapala Tournament Fishing. Nowadays, its a huge challenge to bring their children to a camping trip. More then likely if so, there will be a plasma screen, Xbox 360, and a generator strapped to the back of the car. Now how can the "electronic load" be lightened and hopefully reduced to zero? Many exciting and family