Sunday, November 05, 2006
Tenkiller Camping Tip
Dianne and I are always looking for places to pull the RV to, so I checked our Woodall's Guide (essential RV travel gear) and it says they offer 112 sites with Water & Electric year-around. I hope it won't be too crowded during the off-season. Like most of the Oklahoma Park system, Cherokee Landing, near Park Hill, Oklahoma does not list any WiFi available, so I guess I will have to wait until the weekend to explore this one.
While i am on the subject of camping with luxuries I never imagined before, let me ask you this. Have you ever heard of a water activated heating pad for self-heating camping food? I spotted this new kind of camping food while browsing through their freeze dried foods.
It sounds very cool, it would appear that they use chemical heat to activate a flameless heating element that delivers a piping hot meal in minutes! The got killer reviews from Hurricane Rita first responders. I gotta try this.
Paddle Adventuring With Canoe & Kayak
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Posted by Thomas Jones on Sunday, November 05, 2006