If you’re like me, then you think that camping is a four-season activity. What’s more, I like to camp in any environment. From a snowy field to the desert, I appreciate the freedom to roam.
I don’t mind roughing it, but when I’ve got other people with me or when conditions are particularly tough, a little luxury goes a long way. That’s why I like the idea of a portable propane heater.
Purists are going to mock me, but there is something wonderful about being able to retire to a toasty, warm tent after a wet, cold day. That’s right. I’m actually advocating for heaters being used inside tents.
Technology has come a long way. It’s now possible to use a propane heater inside a tent without risking your life. Of course, it’s imperative to follow safety protocols. Be sure that you read your heater’s instruction manual before leaving home.
Perhaps the most important safety procedure you can use is to ensure adequate ventilation. This may mean leaving a small opening in the door or window of the tent.
Once again, read the instructions to make certain that you aren’t putting your life in danger.