Protect your hands
You may find that you use your hands more when camping and travelling, even using them in different ways and relying on them to keep going the next day.
Your hands are required to hitch the trailer, loosen and tighten shackles, carry firewood, cut firewood, grab the camp oven, move rocks, shovel, scrape etc etc. Hands also cop a caning on cold mornings – sometimes just turning a handle or disconnecting the hose.
So you need to protect them – not just to stop you hurting them, but so you can keep using them. I keep a cheap pair of gloves within easy reach under the driver’s seat – and another in the back of the car.
These little tips can make a huge difference and they cost next to nothing.
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