Rationed water: Immediately after serving or eating, wipe cooking gear with a disposable wipe or toilet paper before the remaining food particles hardens. It will be easier to clean and stop the little water you have from becoming dirty too quickly.
And thatâ€™s the wonderful thing aboutÂ family travel: it provides you with experiences that will remain locked forever in the scar tissue of your mind. ~ Dave Barry
To be held on (Friday) 25th May â€“ (Sunday) 27th May, 2012 at Maitland Showground Bloomfield St, Maitland NSW, Australia.
Without soap: Mix clean riverbed sand or light gravel with a bit of grease or oil and some wood ash from a fire. Add a teaspoon or two of hot water to make an abrasive paste. Some people use warm coals from the fire instead, but either way, be careful as the cleaning paste can […]
To get away from oneâ€™s working environment is, in a sense, to get away from oneâ€™s self; and this is often the chief advantage of travel and change. ~ Charles Horton Cooley
To be held on (Friday) 18th to (Sunday) 20th May 2012 at the Mackay Showgrounds, QLD, Australia.
Campfire protection: Rub the outside of your cookware with either liquid or bar soap before putting them over the fire. Smoke and soot rubs off with the wipe of a rag or tissue after cooking.
The whole object ofÂ travelÂ is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on oneâ€™s own country as a foreign land. ~ G.K. Chesterton
Badly burnt pots and pans: Drip a dribble of biodegradable dishwashing liquid or add two heaped teaspoons of cream of tartar in the pan and cover with enough water to boil for a few minutes. Similarly you can sprinkle a bit of baking soda over the bottom and add some water to make a paste […]
The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes â€œsight-seeing.â€ ~ Daniel J. Boorstin