A new video from Hawaii shows the dangers of a camping trip with a bunch of little ones.
The video was uploaded on YouTube on Monday, and the caption reads, “Kids camping at sunset.”
The caption is not very informative, but it does include a lot of warning words.
“You may not be able to see or hear everything but you will probably see your family,” the video says.
“Be ready to see some scary things and you may be scared to go back to sleep.”
The warning is true.
And you can watch it for yourself at the top of the post.
The YouTube video has about 7,000 views.
The caption is still a bit unclear.
It also mentions a few other camping trips that are very similar, but the video is not really clear on what they are, but one thing that’s clear is that you will not be allowed to camp in the sun at sunset.
The warning is also vague.
Some of the camping trips are in places with low elevations, and some of them are in areas with high elevations.
You will need to pack light.
The camping trips in the video are about a day long.
The most recent was about four hours ago.
It is unclear what the conditions are when the tent is set up.
The campground was open for camping last night, but only for the duration of the campfire.