Finally! We got to take our first camping trip this year. Although short, we made the most of the time - games, hiking, biking, campfire meals and just hanging out.
Friday, I decided to take some garden goodies on our camping trip. I had several green peppers that were not going to fit in my freezer, so I chopped them and put them in a recycled glass peanut butter jar. They were added to breakfast eggs, along with garden onion. We brought along extra blueberries to add to campfire breakfast pancakes (along with eating them for a snack).
My homemade firestarters are still working great. I started a breakfast fire with only one this time.
The green peppers were also used to top our campfire pizzas that we made on English muffins.
We toast the muffins top side down for a bit, flip them and add the sauce, toppings and cheese. Delicious!
We made campfire s'mores, and took garden goodies for meals. We also took a jar of peanut butter. Try putting a layer of peanut butter (creamy) on a graham, then top with your chocolate, then your roasted marshmallow and then cracker. Yum!
We played rummy late into the night, and even played a game of it before tearing down our campsite.
Ahh! Relaxation, recuperation and rejuvenation. That's what it's all about. Unplugging is a must these days. It was so nice to sit and read a book (and crochet), and not get interrupted a distraction of some sort of another.
We are back washing up our laundry and settling back in. I best get my linens on the clothesline. It looks like rain again.
Do you unplug often?