GIVEAWAY | Shelter Co. Camping Box
This is a helluva giveaway care of Shelter Co., the pop-up lodging company that has put "glamping" on the map. You may remember back in May a Q+A with the company's founder, Kelsey Sheofsky on the blog—and since then Shelter & Co. has continued to grow and grow and grow, landing on magazine covers and websites all over the place!
The Shelter Co. camping box includes within a hand-crafted wooden box:
A pair of hand carved marshmallow roasting sticks
Gourmet s'mores ingredient kit
Alexena Cayless Ceramic Flask
Falcon Enamelware Mugs
A Shelter Co. letterpress field notebook set by Olive Route
We are giving away one box to a lucky reader! To enter the giveaway leave a comment below with your favorite place to camp or a place you'd love to go camping! We'll pick a winner Tuesday evening and publish the winner's name right here. Good luck campers!
***The winner is: Amy T. who said...The Jemez mountains of New Mexico. Email me: lizziegarrett(at)gmail(dot)com with your address and I'll get it out to you!
Recent favorite camping spot — biking camping at Kirby Cove, right below the Golden Gate bridge.
A wet forest is home to us out here;)
Those ceramic mugs and handmade mashmallow sticks would make my time in the mountains that much more ideal!
I love camping in state parks. And in the Pocono's of Pennsylvania in the sutumn when the air is brisk and the leaves are stunning.
Nevertheless, despite my lack of camping experience, I would love to go camping somewhere beautiful and wonderful. But then again, isn't all of nature beautiful and wonderful?
To be more specific, I want to visit lots of national parks (Yellowstone, Yosemite, etc.) and maybe one day go camping in Alaska! Maybe if I ever make it to Europe, camping out in the English countryside or amidst the mist in Ireland?
A girl can dream! :)
Thanks for giving away such a fabulous camping box, Lizzie!
My favorite place that I have gone camping is Dolly Sods in West Virginia. It is beautiful and the landscape is varied, from wind-blown hill tops, other-worldly fields of boulders with wild blueberries (and snakes! yikes!), and a friendly creek that has pools and natural slides.
The hike that is on my bucket list is the coast-to-coast walk in England, as inspired by a 2003 article in Smithsonian.
much more fun. I could use a smore.
Big Bend National Park is magical.
Your blog inspired me... Now I know that the style I am wearing has a name ^^
Akinsphoto(at) gmail(dot) com
This box is so cool!
Acadia in new year
I would love to explore the San Juan's. Thank you for a great giveaway!
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Just started training to do the John Muir Trail in summer of 2013 - 211 miles of backpacking!
Did I mention I'm going to do it alone at age 47? Hell yeah!!
Been up and down the East Coast, but I dream of doing some West Coast camping (OR, WA I'm looking at you).
This box would definitely come in handy :)
Would love to camp in Ireland.