For many winter snowbirds, it’s time again for the annual RV seasonal escape from the cold winter months in the northern states. The road trip down and settling in to your selected destination involves a lot of fun cutting loose from the usual routine and putting together a healthful menu may be the last thing on your mind.
With an ever growing number of retired or semi-retired baby boomers, the RV industry has seen its biggest resurgence in sales since the early 1990s. Unlike previous generations of frugal seniors from the “silent generation,”
It’s that time of year once again when the cooler weather starts to set in and the truly cold months are looming ever closer on the horizon. Northern snowbirds everywhere are already preparing for the journey south for the annual escape to the sub-tropical climates in states like Florida, Arizona,
Let’s face it, life is very stressful. With all of the responsibilities of family, work and home, it doesn’t leave much time to smell the roses. With the recent economic recession, camping has become a very popular option for family vacations for a number of different reasons.
Let’s face it, there’s only a matter of time before a zombie outbreak happens. When it does, where will you be? Hopefully camping, because you will be more prepared for survival than you think based on the behaviors we’ve observed from the popular hit series “The Walking Dead.”
Cooking on a campfire is a longtime tradition that began as the first true cooking method, and has since been perfected by technology and time. Here are three different cooking methods using the campfire that will create a complete (and completely delicious) meal for whole family!