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September 2016

Tuesday, September 06, 2016
Hello Fellow Campers,

We had beautiful weather over Labor Day Weekend for camping. I have owned a camper for 15 years and this was the first weekend I have been camping for several years. We had a great time, but there is alot to be said about having your own camper. I borrowed a camper from work, because my 35 foot is to big for the spot we had reserved. There was lots of things in OUR camper that I wish we would have thought to bring, so I decided to make a list of things YOU defenitily need while camping wether you are seasoned or a newbie.

First thing is folding tables because there is never even countertop and never enough room outside, so here is a good table to take along. Click the picture below

This is the time of year for campfires and nothing tastes better than food cooked over the open fire and for that you definitely will need these for the Fall Months of Camping. Click pictures for more details

and for that fire you will need a long handled spatula or better yet a SPORTULA they cost 40.00 but well worth the money. Give us call at 800-787-8395 and see if your favorite team or logo is available

and the handle doubles as a bottle opener so you will never have to leave the food unattended.

On facebook is a real good group of campers willing to answer any questions or give advice , It is called

Last thing DO NOT FORGET THE CAST IRON PANS they are a must have for cooking

Basic Cast Iron Care

How you treat your cast iron is critical to the life of the cookware. Follow basic cleaning and storage instructions closely.

  • Don't use dish detergent or harsh cleaners. Soak your pan or pot in water, and rub coarse sea salt over tough pieces of food that won't break loose.
  • Rub a thin layer of oil on the pan before putting it away.
  • To store a cast iron skillet during travel, wrap it in newspaper and then slip it into a pillowcase.
  • Firehouse Special

    Serves: 6-8


    • 2 slices bacon, chopped into small pieces
    • 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breast
    • 1 packet dry mushroom soup mix
    • 4 cups diced root vegetables such as potato, yam, carrot, parsnip, onion, turnip and rutabaga
    • 2 cans condensed, low-sodium cream of mushroom soup
    • 1 soup can water

    Spray a cold cast iron Dutch oven with cooking spray, and scatter bacon on the bottom in an even layer. Cut chicken into bite size pieces and put it in a clean bag with the soup mix. Shake to coat all the pieces. Cover the bacon layer with your marinated chicken, discard the bag and arrange your root vegetables over the chicken. Spoon the mushroom soup evenly over your vegetables and pour a can of water over the top. Cover your Dutch oven and nestle it in hot coals for 50 to 60 minutes. Check for doneness every 30 minutes until it's done. Continue to stir, and add water if needed.

  • Two elderly gentlemen from a retirement center were sitting on a bench under a tree when one turned to the other and said:
    'Slim, I'm 83 years old now and I'm just full of aches and pains.
    I know you're about my age. How do you feel?'
    Slim said, 'I feel just like a newborn baby.''Really!? Like a newborn baby?'
    'Yep. No hair, no teeth, and I think I just wet my pants..............

    A senior citizen said to his eighty-year old buddy: "So I hear you're getting married?"
    "Do I know her?"
    "This woman, is she good looking?"
    "Not really."
    "Is she a good cook?"
    "Naw, she can't cook too well."
    "Does she have lots of money?"
    "Nope! Poor as a church mouse."
    "Well, then, is she good in bed?"
    "I don't know."
    "Why in the world do you want to marry her then?"
    "Because she can still drive after dark!

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