Campfire

Dinner, campfire, a visitor, and dreams. I don’t have a campfire very often nowadays. But it seemed like a good way to celebrate my last evening, and what use is a fire ring if you don’t use it every now and then? +1

A brilliant sunset and I’m in the wrong place to see it – My cell phone camera was not up to the job of capturing it.

Mini campfire – I left a full fuel bottle with Ginger, and while I had enough alcohol for dinner and breakfast, I decided to save fuel and get out my Nano Firebox.

Time to say goodbye to my lakeside haven. Campfire and table – all tidy, ready for the next person.

Day Two Campfire.

Camp Table. The stove is on the ground because it is very windy, and the table is sheltering it. +1

Campfire. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 3 pictures

Campfire under the overhang. 2 pictures

Tending the campfire. 4 pictures

Ginger spotted this picture which worked very well. We probably should’ve put more water in the Platy.

Penultimate campfire of 2011 (365:364) – We were in two minds as to where to go backpacking this weekend. Piney Creek Wilderness, or the similarly sounding Paddy Creek Wilderness… Two-minute read

It’s November 5th and this year we left the Guy at home (365:309) – Last year we were also at lake Truman for Guy Fawkes night, and we took the Guy along for company. This year we were expecting to be carrying up loads of kids’ luggage to Kansas City, so we left Guy behind. That’s three years now he’s avoided a fiery demise. 11 pictures

Campfire at Bucksaw, Harry S Truman Lake, Missouri (365:308)

Campfire (365:163) – Today we drove to St Louis to drop the girls off with their father for a few weeks in Chicago while we cross the Atlantic and spend some time in the UK. Alek is staying at home to work and hopefully not burn the house down in our absence.

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