A Grave Sight

When you visit small towns off the Interstate Highways you may come across unusual sights, such as a small — what looks to be private — grave yard. I’m not one of those people who likes to meander around looking at head stones and exclaiming over who is buried where and when. And because this Continue Reading

Cooking on the Go

When you’re camping you want to take everything you need and nothing more. We have a kitchen utility box with knives, pots and pans, cutlery, plates, bowls, wine glasses, propane stove and so forth. Three white plastic boxes hold the non-perishable food: one for canned goods, one for staples like flour and sugar and one Continue Reading

Packing the Car

When you’re camping for a long weekend you pretty much throw stuff in the car helter skelter and figure whatever you don’t have you’ll either do without or buy at the nearest store. Not so when you camp for weeks at a time. After forgetting the pillows, first aid trip, air mattress and warm sweatshirts Continue Reading