Thursday, August 21, 2008

Camping

There is nothing more enjoyable than setting up camp. We have so many terrific items now that it is like home when it is all set up. We have a 1946 Teardrop trailer, original and factory built. If you are not familiar with them, there is a door on the side that opens up to the bed and you just jump in. At the rear is a hatchback that lifts and that is the kitchen galley. We did not want to disturb the original galley however I found that is just was not very user friendly. On one of our travels we found this wonderful camp kitchen at a Sam's Club for $80. It all folds up right into the case and easily stores in the rear of the trailer. There is a sink, counter area, place for coolers and much more. I am the envy of our teardrop club that we belong to. I get a kick out of setting up all this. I try to remember each time how I liked it so I can do it again but the ground determines whether or not I can have it that way. I also love to cook in dutch ovens over hot coals but that is another story. A good friend recently started a blog but stated he didn't know how often he would change his blog as he didn't know what to talk about. As you can see, I don't have that problem! In case you haven't noticed, I have decided to go through every letter of the alphabet in my titles. Surely I can find a topic for each one!! I may even have several topics for a letter. We will see. In the meantime, go camping. Enjoy the excitement and change a new location brings.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK! Now I'm in the camping mood :=) Thinking about going to Brownville, NE they have a indian cave and lot's of hiking trails... wouldn't that be fun :-) Sherrie

Carolyn said...

Oh my gosh! That sounds like a terrific place that WE would love. Going to the Atlas to see where Brownville is! lol You need to get a canned ham camper like ours. Would be GREAT for you and the kids. LaVern is working on the second one so will have one for sale!