We have a new campfire spot. The only bad thing about it is that is not near any water. It has other benefits though so that's alright.
I guess if there is no water to play in then Rio better just hangout with us.
Michelle was taking this campfire stuff very serious.
Brad and Michelle found this sweet spot and built this fire-pit with rocks collected from around the area. Hopefully before Michelle leaves for school we can put up the tent and have a real camping experience.
We had hotdogs for our dinner and then s'mores of course. But after the s'mores we had another yummy dessert. Bannock. It is a native indian bread that you cook over the campfire. After you cook the dough wrapped wiener sticks slowly over the coals you then dip it in honey butter. It's pretty darn good. The kids love it.
8 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
3 tablespoons baking powder
2 teaspoons salt
Mix together and add 1/2 cup melted butter and 3 cups water. Be careful not to make the dough too stiff.
* you can half the recipe, it makes a lot
After dinner Brad and I took some pictures as the sun was setting.
Look where our new campsite is. It's in our very own backyard with all the conveniences of home whenever you need them!