We all had been campin' on a regular mint of gold an' never knowed it.
Each one's got a claim, and they're campin' on the corners, so they'll be close together.
I'm like a Injun, I furgive 'n furgit, but I'm campin' on yer trail!
That willanous-lookin' rascal round there is campin' on me trail.
Why, quit takin' you out huntin' and campin' and showin' you how to tell deer tracks from goat's tracks--and everything.
Well, but mayn't they do it anyhow, just as they are a campin' there, anyhow?
No campin' in the brush for me while Sneed is ridin' the country lookin' for his stock.
An officer rode by this morning an' he told me part of the army was campin' ten miles across on the other road.
I suppose they're this here bunch what's campin' down by the brook and been runnin' all over the country to-day?
We're so used to campin' out that we couldn't breathe in-doors—eh, Tom?