Ingredients tablespoons\t popcorn kernels tablespoons\t canola or vegetable oil aluminum foil Directions Place the popcorn and oil on an square of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Seal the edges to form a loose pouch, leaving room for the kernels to pop.
The Camp Gal - this is an awesome site with lost pf tips and tricks for having an awesome camping trip on a budget and without the hassle! I'm pretty much the only girl out of my friends that actually enjoys camping! Definitely putting this to good use.
Empty a dozen eggs into a mason jar for easy travel. They fit perfect in the cooler without the worry of breaking. Just pour them out as you need. I would want to use a plastic mayonnaise jar so I don't worry about breaking glass.
Pinner says "As a tent camper of many, many years, this looks like one of my totes for food. The lists of the breakdown of meals is essential for camping in a place with only an outhouse, and that means NO water!
Camping Bingo - Great for kids! There's so much to see and observe when you're on a camping trip. Make a game out of it by filling in these bingo cards with camping-related words and objects. Or use our completed, ready-to-play bingo card.