A lot of camping gear is now junk.
You can’t just toss it away.
Craigslist has a new online tool that will let you get rid the stuff you’ve already discarded.
A user named B.C.G.B.L.M.
C posted the post on the online marketplace, and the rest is history.
The post features a video from an old video game.
It shows a game called Super Mario Bros. 3, and then a man and a woman are seen removing their gear from a garbage can.
If you go back and look at the video, you’ll notice a lot of items that were part of the game.
Some of them look like they were donated to charity.
You’ll see a lot more items, but they are also part of a collection of items used to decorate Camp Campfire Camping sites, which are basically tents and chairs, according to the National Park Service.
Some of the items were donated, but some were bought.
“It’s an interesting collection of things to find and the way they were collected is what made the campfire campgrounds work,” said Matt Schafer, the senior director of campground development for the National Parks Service.
“If they were just thrown away, they would have been a mess.”
In a similar video, a woman is seen removing her old camping gear.
This video shows a man removing his camping gear from his garbage can and throwing it into the river.
When Campfire campground owners found out about the videos, they realized the potential for a great deal of campfire camping gear to be thrown away.
The parks service said they’ve received reports from some of the campgrounds and campgrounds that they were getting rid of their camping gear because they didn’t want to lose the campground to the elements.
While the sites were being removed, the campsites themselves were being filled with other camping equipment.
What the user is doing in the video is quite different from what you’d find in the games.
You see the man and the woman getting rid a campfire site.
I found it very interesting that they used a video game to show this.
I think that this is something that’s very prevalent in Campfire.
There are videos and other resources that talk about how campfires are so important and how people have been throwing stuff into the fires, said Schafer.
“I think it’s a great example of how the internet has changed the way we do things and it has really changed the conversation around campfire campsites and camping in general.”
Some campgrounds have begun to use the video game as an educational tool to teach people about campfire preservation.
In the video posted by B.
B, the woman and man are throwing their gear in the river, which is the last place anyone would think to put it.
They’ve got to find a way to keep it from being ruined.
People in the comments on the video say they found the video helpful.
“What we’ve seen in Camp Fire is that we are actually getting rid the campfires, not just throwing them away,” one commenter wrote.
B said she was happy to hear people had found the videos helpful.
One commenter, however, said the video had made them think about some of their own campfire safety habits.
“You can’t throw it away just because you can’t use it for any reason other than being disrespectful,” one woman wrote.
“It’s important to know what you are doing, and what you aren’t doing.
If you can help people avoid being destructive in their campsites, I think we all can.”