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From the publishers of Vogue:
When I told my friends I would be spending the first part of my holidays sleeping in a tent, I was met with a few blank faces and a couple polite exclamations of “Oh!”
I don’t exactly scream camper: I like to be outside, but I like being comfortable more. Camping (a.k.a. sleeping on the ground and foregoing access to a bathroom) isn’t on my bucket list.
But when given the opportunity to leave blustery New York for a winter glamping trip in sunny Tucson, Arizona, I couldn’t possibly say no.
Glamping is not camping — it’s better. Glamping (glamorous camping) isn’t anything new—years ago, the Internet caught on to a whole other breed of nature lover, one that enjoyed hiking, rafting, and riding horses, but preferred to tuck into a king-sized bed rather than a sleeping bag.
The full story with lots of pictures can be found at Vogue.com.