With Spring here and bonfires and barbecues in our very near future, it’s time to break out the smores. This recipe is a great way to break out the smores any time of day or night. It is one of those treats that looks like it takes a lot of time and hard work to make, but is actually really easy.
Memorial Day Weekend is known for being a weekend of outdoor activities. If a little rain doesn't bother you, then you may find yourself "popping a squat" at some point over the weekend. If so, be careful. Recently a Canadian man was camping in Ontario and casually taking a "deuce" when a Black Bear attacked him and drug his smelly ass into the woods.
Weather this weekend does not look very promising for the camping. Unless you have a delux camper with sattelite TV and a deck of cards. Forecast calls for rain tomorrow and Sunday. But don't let a little drizzle keep you from taking advantage of the 3 day weekend. Just pack a jacket and a poncho. You will be fine.
The snow might be falling, and the sleigh bells ringing, but you can still hike through the wilderness this winter and enjoy some backcountry camping in Montana’s pristine Glacier National Park. If you’ve visited the park before, especially in the spring or summer, get ready for a completely different kind of adventure.
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