3 mouth-watering meals to make at the campsite

When going camping, people are not so much worried about what clothes to pack and what sunscreen to wear. Their main obsession is regarded to what food will they be eating and what ingredients to pack in order to make the outdoor experience a memorable one.

Fortunately, there are simple recipes that you can use that will bring tons of joy and delight without having to spend hours cooking. Here you have a list that you can use for your next camping adventure:

  1. Tofu and Eggplant Bundles

Because not everyone eats meat, we should consider an alternative. Tofu is an excellent choice that can be easily packed. Plus, it removes that awkward situation when one of your friends or family members is a vegetarian and you all enjoy a delicious burger and he or she has no other choice than to stare at you. The best part is that the recipe is easy to make and you only need simple ingredients such as eggplants, ginger, garlic, vegetable oil, cucumbers, cilantro, dill, and rice.

Start by sealing the ingredients in a reusable bag and let them chill for at least one hour. Then, heat the grill to a high temperature, divide the tofu into small pieces and seal them securely. Afterwards, you can grill the bundles until the eggplant is tender enough. Mix the salad ingredients, unwrap the bundles and put the salad inside along with the boiled rice.

  1. Omelette wedges

There’s nothing like a breakfast of the champs! Since we all love a good omelette to start the day with, you can’t go wrong with this treat. It only takes 20 minutes to cook it but the taste is simply to die for.

Get some spring onions and chop them fast. Then, slice some potatoes and boil them in a pan with salted water for up to 10 minutes, until they get tender. Drain the potatoes and heat a frying pan where you can put some bacon and let it turn into a pink-shade color. Add the spring onions, stir briefly and tip the bacon and the onion into a clean bowl. Break some eggs, add mustard, pepper, and salt. Grate the cheese, add the eggs, as well as the bacon, potatoes, and onions. Gently stir this entire mix and let the omelette cook over a low heat for 6 minutes. Sprinkle with cheese and tomatoes. Once cooked cut into wedges and serve them with toast or ketchup.

  1. Grilled Chocolate Banana Foil

When the kids are having a sweet tooth, you can make this quick dessert that takes no more than 5 minutes to prepare. Take a few bananas, marshmallows, chocolate chips, and crunch cereals and preheat the grill to medium heat. Just slice the banana lengthwise and create a little space so you can easily insert the marshmallows and the chocolate chips. Wrap all of the bananas in foil and cook them on the grill for 5 minutes. When the marshmallows are a tas toasted, unwrap the banana and put the cereals on top.

 

 

What you need to know about RV retirement

 

Slowly fading out are the days when retirement was spent on golf courses hobnobbing with the elite plaid pants-wearing people who also bored themselves to death holding yawnful games of bridge. Today’s modern retiree now has RV retirement travel as an enticing option.

RV retirement readily answers the need for adventure, challenge, and simple living while satisfying your wanderlust and eliminating boredom.

Yes, if there is one thing that a GPS for RV is perfect for, it is to bring you to a variety of destinations in your motorhome that no paper map can ever hope to match. And that’s just one tool among the many that you need to have in your RV.

 

 

What really makes RV retirement endlessly delightful?

RV adventure is non-stop. The call of the open road can be remarkably beckoning, and you can certainly ask the countless RV retirees out there for proof. It offers a wonderful means of visiting the many beautiful places in our great country. You can watch numerous sunrises and sunsets in different locations and feel a different flutter each time.

The RV lifestyle is a fantastic way of making new friends and acquaintances. On the road, in RV campgrounds, even in many Walmarts and other commercial retailers that allow RVers to camp overnight in their parking lots, there is an unlimited number of people you could meet simply because you share the same spirit of RV adventure.

RVers are friendly people who are willing to share their stories of the open road as much as they want to listen to yours. You can even get assistance from them in case of problems you might encounter.

The challenge on electing a flexible RV lifestyle in place of comfy, fixed living is a reward in itself. You will have to overcome RV driving issues and be able to maintain your home on wheels. You will have to forego the comfortable amenities you have been used to before retirement but the feeling of freedom is exceptionally fulfilling. Simply put, boredom has no room at all in RV retirement.

 

 

Being able to visit many new places to experience the large world we live in can be great for character as well as the mind. You expand your horizons limitlessly, learning new things as you go along. The places you visit provide that enrichment. Go where the wheels and your wanderlust lead you. The limits are only in the mind. You will realize that despite being a retiree, you still have a lot to learn about life and the world in general.

Choose the RV retirement lifestyle if you want to visit family and friends who you only get to see during holidays.

Full-time RV living is life at the most basic because there simply is not enough space to bring the comforts of home with you. If that is not the biggest selling point to RV retirement, I don’t know what is. You might experience getting shellshocked but that comes with the territory, and it will go away, eventually.