Make a campsite breakfast before starting your adventures. These could include eggs, bacon and / or pancakes. My personal favorite is a breakfast scramble. Take a bag of hashbrowns (with or without onions) and eggs (as many as you need) and put them together in the hashbrown bag and squeeze the eggs and hashbrowns together. If you have a skillet great, use it over the grill or campfire and cook as you would at home. If you only have foil, then pour the eggs and hashbrowns into a foil bag or foil bottom and cover with foil to make your own bowl, then cook until the eggs are fluffy. I like adding cheese to it. It’s yummy.
Mid morning activities:
Before it gets to hot (I live in Texas so it gets hot), biking, hiking and scavenger hunts are always a favorite with us. Fishing is another favorite if you have a creek where you are camping and fishing is allowed. You will sometimes need to purchase a fishing license to do this, but it provides great enjoyment if this is something that you do not get to do in your hometown. Some camp facilities have fishing rentals, so you don’t have to tote the equipment.
Sandwiches, hot dogs or hamburgers are always great after outdoor activities and don’t require too many add-ons. Add some chips, potato or pasta salad and you have a great outdoor lunch that is quick and easy to clean up.
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