I have a feeling that camping with kids can be just as much fun as camping with your friends. So if you don't have children of your own, I suggest borrowing some!
Green Glass Doors:
The moon can go in, but the sun can't
Trees can enter, but leaves can't
A jeep can go, but a Land Rover cannot.
(This game is much easier typed than it is outloud)
The Number Four:
I can turn any number into four:
5 is 4
6 is 3 and 3 is 5 and 5 is 4
2 is 3 and 3 is 5 and 5 is 4
11 is six and 6 is 3 and 3 is 5 and 5 is 4
It would be impossible to show you Black Magic in a blog.
Anyhow, we finally arrived, set up camp and got to cooking (naturally).
Soon enough morning arrived, and I was quickly back at the coffee drinking...and cooking!
Of course these boys would not settle for a breakfast without meat...so yes, this is me, cooking eggs and bacon...must keep the children happy--priorities people!
Hi ho, hi ho...it's off to hiking we go...
The boys took showers...
Diced potatoes (we cheated and used Ore-Ida hashbrowns- the smaller, the quicker they cook)
Diced sweet potatoes
Veggie Burger crumbled
Olive oil Spray
Salt and pepper and other seasonings to taste
(any other veggies you want to add in)
Spray a piece of foil with non-stick spray
Combine all veggies and and place 1-2 cups on the foil.
Crumble a veggie burger on top of the veggies
Season and roll the foil up around the veggies into a packet
Double cover if it is falling open
Place on fire/coals and cook for 15-30 minutes depending on how small your veggies are diced. I will sometimes add a little water in the foil packet to help the veggies steam. Remove foil from fire with tongs, let foil cool before eating.
There you have it! The best campfire food in town! Enjoy!
Of course, for lunch dessert I had one of these:
We were packed and ready to go home then...I think the boys were wore out!
A nice quiet, peaceful return for me! Happy Camping!
Share your camping stories and recipes with me! I would love to hear them!