While the silence in the sound of the nature is one of the great reasons to go camping, occasionally you find yourself with a group of people around a crackling fire. And all of a sudden — perhaps with the aid of some amber liquid — the muse might move you, right there in the key of C. Fortunately you’ll be able to slip your Bush Smarts Camp Harmonica out of its hand made leather case, with its distinctive red stitching, and play the blues.
While harmonicas have been around since the early 1800’s, they were first mass-produced by a German clockmaker named Matthias Hohner back in 1857. This little Pocket Pal is still made by Hohner and you can keep a long tradition alive, bringing a tone of melody back to the campfire. [$40; huckberry.com]