We haven’t done any car camping in several years, I had gone down the path of hammock camping and rustic camping with the boys for the last few years. This summer, we wanted to do more family car camping. Excuse To Buy More Camping Gear To my surprise, I had SIX bins full of camping […]
I grew up only 2 hours from this state park, albeit across the Canadian border, but I would look out the window as we drove down I-95 to visit family in Portland & Rhode Island every Christmas. The snow peak of Mount Katahdin was like a mystery. Later in life a big regret was to […]
We try out a deep dish pizza using the cast iron dutch oven. We got two parts to this: the crust & toppings to prepare. I tried to get everything done in the dutch oven, but you’ll need a few bowls. The dough is pretty simple and can be made after you’ve lit the coals.
Here’s a great base chili that you can augment to your taste/heat. We were camping in Maine and decided that this would provide a great meal. This will feed up to 6 people and cost a little over 20$ to gather all of the groceries.
We take a tour deep in the backcountry in Kejimkujik National Park towards an area of the park called Poison Ivy Falls.
Quick video on the new walking trail that was built in 2011 at Graves Island Provincial Park. I’ve done some research on the island, and sharing the text I’ve used to create an earth cache.
Tent Alternative at Amherst Shore [notice class=”approved”]originally posted at novascotiablog.com[/notice] At some point along my hiking career, I will be attempting more and more back country hikes and the odd overnight in the back country. Over the last three years, I started to transition from the world of tent camping to the new & exciting […]
In this video, I will show you the current setup for the 2011 season. From my previous video, I showed you the marlin spike & whoopie sling for hanging the hammock.
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