Hello Fellow Campers,
Yes the time of the year to put the campers away is approaching very fast. Here in Illinois the temperature is still warm enough to camp and have fires, but I know that can change any day. I came up with some tips to protect your home on wheels during the winter months.
WINTERIZE- winterizing is a necessity and to help make things easier they have put everything you need into one easy kit... Click the Picture below
Before you put your camper up for the winter make sure you inspect the roof. Make sure all the side seams are sealed and check around the vents, antenna, air conditioner, and everything else up there. If you need sealant click the picture below
One of best things you do after winterizing is to buy your camper a blanket. We have some GREAT PRICES on covers for any size camper, pop up, or motorhome.
There is nothing better than fresh baked bread. I know in the woods that is a little difficult to do but I found this recipe that sounds absolutely amazing. If anyone tries it let me know on OUR FACEBOOK
5-Minute Meal Speedy Bannock (Mountain Bread)
1 cup white flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
½ cup powdered milk
4 teaspoons double-acting baking powder
½ cup (1 stick) butter
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup water
At home Mix dry ingredients and pack in a zipper-lock bag. Carry butter in a small container (Lexan works best for both butter and oil). It’ll soften nicely on the trail.
In camp Place butter and water in a pot and warm until butter melts. Mix in dry ingredients. Press into well oiled 10-inch skillet (no need to cover). Bake on medium heat (if your stove has only high heat, hold the pan an inch above the flame for best results) until edges look slightly brown (about 3 minutes). Flip and bake 2 to 3 more minutes. Makes 2 servings. Variations: Add raisins, sugar and cinnamon, or walnuts. Even easier: Use Bisquick to make a lighter, fluffier, but slightly less hearty bread.
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Thanks for reading