By the beach, the boys got ready for their fishing workshop.
Observing little crabs
It started to pour but the kids continued with their crabbing while the men contemplated their fishing nets. they carried on with their plans to lay the nets in the rain.
So if you need to be rejuvenated, go fishing!
Luckily the rain stopped within an hour.
The campers who had been waiting patiently in their cars, got to work immediately.
First, the ground sheets - helps in keeping the base of the tent clean and any ground moisture from seeping in from the bottom.
- 4-men tents are too small. 6-men sleeps 4 and a bit of luggage. 8-men is ideal for 2 camp beds and a double air mattress.
- place paper pulp egg cartons at the entrance to clean sandy feet
- get tents with 2 doors for better ventilation
Preparing the ditch for the barbecue
items required to get the fire going - matches, charcoal, twigs, bits of newspaper or firestarter.
Place twigs at the base of the pit, topped with the firestarter, arrange charcoal tippee-like.
Light the firestarter
Fanning the flames
DH throwing in more firestarters.
If fanning doesn't work, blowing helps
Trying the get the fire going
Fire, at last
potatoes cut into chunks drizzled with oil, herbs and a dash of salt, then wrap in foil.
Sweet potato and pumpkin slices to be grilled
one handy item to bring on a cookout.