My DO's are only a few years old. But I inherited my grandpa's cast iron "bean pot" - at least that's what he always called it. It has a lid too. I use it a couple times a year when cooking for a crowd. He always claimed it had come over from Ireland with a great great....etc grand relative...
I make my own most years, but not in nearly those kinds of quantities! A couple of pints form whatever apples are left when the deer are done with the 2 trees in my yard.
I'm sure this is sacrilege to the purists, but the Crockpot is great for apple butter.
We took the wardrobe out of ours too. Got ours from my parents about 3 years ago. I grew up camping in it and it always seemed plenty big for 4 people back then. Now that it's mine, we wanted a teensy bit more storage space. That wardrobe is the only change we made though. And it's still in...
Haven't read the whole thread yet... forgive me. Just had to post as soon as I looked at the picture!
OMG! THAT IS MY CAMPER! Buy it and we can be twins!!!
So cool to see another one looking in good shape. If it really is, you can't go wrong. I can vouch for the Wheelcampers!
Now I'll go...
And the idealist says the glass is completely full of both air and water.
Between bad weather and new jobs, we've only been out once this year. Hoping for one more weekend real soon. Better luck next year everyone!
Not sure if that link will work, but I've posted a couple of pictures on here in the Vintage Pop Up thread. You can stalk me in my profile to find them.
Get out of my garage! I told you she's not for sale!
JK- I still have the stove, but just an ice box, no fridge or oven.
Be inspired. Take care of your NTU PUP and pass it down to your kids the way my parents did. Congrats on the purchase.
I like all of them listed so far. Lake Loramie is terrific alternative for us to the craziness of campsites at Country Concert each year.
Cowan Lake and Stonelick Lake are also very nice, and a bit more rustic. They're both closer to home for shorter weekend trips.
My absolute favorite so...