By accident, we left our tent at home. We have no idea how to get by without a tent at night. The first night, we were hanging a string between two trees and throwed a blanket over it. However, the blanket falled in our faces, so we sleeping in the car. The next night, we tide the corners of the blanket down. The blanket was stayed in place, but the mosquitoes eating us alive.
As the campers next to us leaving, we ask to buy their old tent. They agree to sold it to us for very little money. Our problem was solved. The same day, we catched fish and fryed them. We staying up late and have a good time until the camp fire went out. So we called it a night, crawl into our tent and were falling peacefully asleep.
get by (phrasal verb) – survive with the minimum; live without something
ate us alive (expression) – bit or stung us several times
solve (v.) – to find a way to fix or end a problem
the fire went out – was extinguished, the flame was gone
call it a night (expression) – end the late-evening or late-night activity
crawl (v.) – move on hands and knees