Sarah's Monthly News and Parts Specials


October 2016

Monday, October 03, 2016
Hello Fellow Campers,

Fall is a great time of the year for camping. What better way to enjoy the cool weather than with a nice fire in the evening just sitting around telling campfire stories and jokes. Just like this one:::

It seems there were two frogs sitting on a lily pad, when all of a sudden, a fly came along. One frog put out his tongue, ate the fly, and started laughing hysterically. Soon the other frog joined in the laughter.

Later in the day, the other frog ate a fly and the two frogs burst out in laughter. As time went on, the frogs enjoyed the flies so much that the sight of a fly would cause them to double up with pleasure (if it's possible for frogs to double up!). But of course, the most pleasure came when the fly was actually eaten.

A third frog hopped up to the first two and asked what was so funny. The first frog answered "Time." "Huh?" asked the third frog. The second frog explained:

"Time's fun when your having flies."

And it is sad to think about it but like the flies say Time Flies and winter will be here before we know it, so make sure get your camper winterized. I have set a page with all the things that you will need and we have some great prices this year
Click the snowflake to go look at all the specials

and to make things easier Camco has came up with this handy kit that has all the things you will need

Let's not forget the food and how much fun cooking over an open fire can be, so try this recipe and post the results on our



Simple to make, four basic ingredients, one bowl to wash. This kids' favorite is tasty, nutritious and fun to cook on a stick over the campfire. It can also be cooked in a skillet. Bannock can be a meal in itself.
                 2 - 3 cups flour
                 1 - 2 Tbsp baking powder
                 1 tsp salt (optional)
                 2 - 3 Tbsp oil, butter or lard
                 2/3 cup warm water

Directions: Put everything but the water in a bowl and mix with your fingers until crumbly. Slowly add water and mix until dough feels soft. It may seem that you don't have enough water, but keep working the dough till it holds together. Don't add more water!
Take a small handful and wrap around the end of a green stick, like a marshmallow roast. Knead it so it stays together. Cook over coals for about 10 - 12 minutes, rotating to cook evenly. Eat as is, or add a bit of jam or honey.

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