I am not a beach person. My idea of a good time usually involves shade and cooler weather…not sand that gets in weird places and sunshine that bakes you from the outside in.
I’ve been camping since I was 8 years old. At my request, my parents decided to try it once – and they ended up LOVING it. We’ve been every year since then. Annie, went on her first camping trip at 2 months old.
We started out in tents but my parents graduated to a pop-up camper. However, when we camp we like to “rough it.” We usually don’t use electricity, but we do use gas for our little camping stove…perfect for our secluded mountain camping spots.
One of our favorite parts about camping is the food. For some reason, food tastes so much better outdoors! And cooking the food is most of the fun!
There are some people who think going camping means you eat cans of Beenie Weenies and pre-packaged doughnuts. That’s never really been the case with us – we enjoy experimenting with food while we camp and we try to eat a wide variety of foods.
Today I’m chatting over at Keeper of the Home about how to make your camping food more healthy…with a little of my 80/20 Principle thrown in. 😉
Come join me!
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