Every once in awhile you just have to get away. You need a break from the day-to-day grind of mundane tasks.
Since it has been awhile since we have had a mini-vacation we decided to go camping for a weekend.
If you have read my previous post reviewing Old Millstream Campground you will know that I am a little timid when it comes to the great outdoors.
So we decided to stick with familiar territory and rent a cabin for a few days at a local campground. This way we won’t spend a lot of time driving to our destination and will be able to be close to home as well.
Since we are going to be leaving in a few weeks I have been trying to accumulate ideas and lists for what we need and things we can do while we are at the cabin.
Being that we aren’t going to be that far away, I have imposed a one backpack per person rule. (Lily will get two one with stuff she needs and the other one for fun stuff.) But, this makes me think that I am going to forget something. Luckily, there is a Walmart and grocery store close by.
I came across this really great website/blog called Beyond the Tent and they have this really great simple camping check list.
Our cabin also comes with a fire ring and grill so we are trying to find some different recipes to follow that utilize our cast iron skillet and a griddle.
I am thinking campfire griddle cakes for breakfast and some kind of veggie foil packet for dinner, but I am still open to trying some different things.
The thing about us is that both Kev and I are vegetarians (Lily isn’t) so we are looking for some recipes that are sans meat.
While I didn’t find a lot of interesting Youtube videos about specifically vegetarian camping (minus the one included below), but there were a few interesting vegan camping videos like the one below.
Do you have any tired and true camping recipes. Feel free to share them below in the comments.