Campfire Cooking

19 Jul 19
Current School News

Study Abroad Programs in South Africa – South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa (RSA), is the southernmost country in Africa. South Africa is the largest country in Southern Africa and the 25th-largest country in the world by land area and, with over 57 million people, is the world’s 24th-most populous nation. South Africa is a multi-ethnic society encompassing a […]

19 Jul 19
Smart Kitchen Solutions

The new Lodge one-piece cast iron cookware set includes top selling Lodge cast iron cookware combined into one set. Includes 10. 25″ Cast iron skillet, 5 quart cast iron Dutch Oven, 10. 5″ Cast iron griddle and cast iron lid that fits both the Dutch oven and skillet. The 10. 25″ Lodge cast iron skillet […]

19 Jul 19
D'n'K on the PCT

This section went through Goat Rocks Wilderness (a lovely high mountain ridgeline), Mt Adams Wilderness (skirting Mt Adams – a volcano), and Indian Heaven Wilderness (an alpine lake region). Overall the region was dominated by volcanoes and lava fields. When not in the Wilderness regions we traipsed through the trees of the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest. […]

18 Jul 19
Home on the Range

This fun Photo is of the Fastest Draw in the West. It is a three day event. Everyone dresses in period outfits and yes I cooked campfire style for three meals each day and snacks in between. Some call it Dutch Oven Cooking. I call it Pleasing People. For this photo I am thinking Country […]

18 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

What's happening in and around London this weekend and next week: CLUBS 765 Old East Bar And Grill: Pariah, The Skraggs, The Barrel Rejects, Jones Spinster, Friday, 8 p.m., $ 5, all ages; The Universe featuring Ray, Crown and Jester, Nomads, Wasting Time, Sarah Coaching, Saturday, 9 p.m., $ 10; 765 Dundas St .; 226-268-5097. […]

18 Jul 19
Steamboat Bay Lake House

Wednesday, Kindra, Kevin and Rachael took off for Tacoma to attend the Pentatonix concert. Mel came to the lake and arrived around 1:00. John, Nicki, Peter and Spencer arrived shortly after, bringing a Traeger that they will be leaving here. Around 3:00, Elizabeth, BC and Sawyer arrived. They flew to Spokane from Los Angeles, rented […]

18 Jul 19

Now if that sounds like we were out in the wilds, far from civilisation, fending for ourselves, sleeping rough and cooking over open fire

We weren’t

We were at a somewhat secluded  camp ground an easyish  20 minute drive  from a major town with powered site and hot water a short stroll away. We cooked on a gas stove and boiled water in my quite well fitted out caravan kitchen.

18 Jul 19
Joeyblogs

Erik Keihl is a member of the now (for the world – hopefully) defunct cult: Those Who Will Be Left. After the recent notoriety, Erik is the only cult member who was released on bail. He spoke to us for twelve hours over a rainy Tuesday. Helping to clear some of the confusion on what […]

18 Jul 19
AK Fire Info

With wildfire danger moderating as a result of cooler, moister weather, the Alaska Division of Forestry will end campfire closures on state, private and municipal lands in Southcentral Alaska, effective 8 a.m. on Thursday, July 18. A similar state campfire closure was lifted for the northern half of Alaska on Sunday after cooler, wetter weather […]

18 Jul 19
Keeping up with the Kendalls

It’s a mild evening on the banks of the Fitzroy River, not far out of Broome. The sun is moving past the horizon and the sky is still touched with pink as another peaceful day draws to a close. The fire cracks away inconspicuously as I wait in patience for harsh, hot coals to form […]

17 Jul 19
tabadabadoo

0 miles $23/night: Pawnee Campground (Arapaho/Roosevelt National Forrest) I’m not going anywhere for a while. I can walk to this with the kayak. What else do I need? Camping so close to the lake and hiking gets you “magic hours”, to use a Disneyworld phrase: extra hours at your destination before the general public arrives. […]

17 Jul 19
Wanderin’ Mama

I have a bunch of places on my list that I want to see. We are trying to collect all 50 states, too. Once I come home from a trip, I’m booking the next one. That’s not true, I always have a couple planned in my head! 🙊 A little back story on our family… […]

17 Jul 19
The Chestnut Post

LOMPOC, Calif., July 17, 2019 (Newswire.com) – A visit to the sweeping Lompoc Valley evokes many diverse visitor experiences, from a step back in time to the early California Mission days to photo safaris at the wild horse sanctuary to traversing some of the most coveted estate vineyards in an ATV with a winemaker. These […]