So you’re headed out into theGreat Outdoors. You have your tent, your clothes, and your food, but you’re probably missing a few simple things that can make roughing it a little less rough…like S’moreoes, for example.
What’s a S’moreo, you ask? You’re about to find out…
Make single-use soap leaves from a bar of soap and a vegetable peeler.
No more worrying about dropping the whole bar in dirt or wasting soap, and as an added bonus, you can also rub soap on mosquito bites to relieve the itchiness.
Make crescent rolls over the campfire.
Tomaximize their potential, fill them with things like Nutella or wrap hot dogs inthem.
Use Tic-Tac boxes to store spices.
Now your food can have extra flavor without wasting a whole container.
Or you can use it for a miniature tackle box.
It’s perfect and will fit right in your pocket.
Have bugs around the fire?
Add sage to your campfire or fire pit to keep mosquitoes and other flying insectsaway.
Kids can make aneasy keepsake bracelet out of duct tape.
Make sure the sticky side is on the outside, and they can stick things like tiny pebbles, flowers, or leaves on it and create a souvenir from their nature walk.
Of course you do, so let it do double dutyby keeping extra duct tape on it for emergencies.
Booze up your snack game with Bailey’s marshmallows.
Toast a marshmallow over hot coals, and then dip the warm marshmallow into a cup of Baileys.
Heck, you can even do this at home. Why wait to go camping?
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