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There has to be a better way to eat on the Trail! Recipe: Homemade Trail Spaghetti

Trail meals… something I struggled with when I first started backpacking… I still remember the first couple of trips of backpacking, being a “newbie” and hauling those “crap in a bag” meals up the mountain to a beautiful camp site, sitting down to dinner with everyone else. 1,072 more words


Backpacking while on Whole 30

I love backpacking. There’s something about the experience that brings contentment. Heading out into the wilderness with everything you need to survive strapped to your back and hiking miles upon miles… 792 more words


Eating on the Trail - & Food Planning

If you follow me on Instagram (Aneesa1983) you’ll see that I am a fan of cooking good food. So on the trail I wouldn’t settle for less. 1,269 more words


Two quick trail dinner recipes

In retrospect, not much else could have been wrong, short of a wrecked boat or a drenching downpour.  Twilight was descending swiftly over the endless curves of the Dead River, the time measured in stabbing back pain with every paddle stroke. 498 more words


Trail cooking from AT to PCT

When it comes to cooking on trail I’m an alcoholic! I love the simple method of lighting some form of denatured alcohol in a small vessel and whacking a pot of water on to boil. 402 more words

Appalachian Trail

The Most Reliable Campstove

I bought my MSR Pocket Rocket back in 2010 for my first ever backpacking trip. What attracted me to the stove was that it was so compact, lightweight, and reasonably priced. 455 more words

Appalachian Trail

Feasting in the fields

Let’s face it, for a weekend we can all live without haute cuisine, and being in the fresh air and active will make you hungry enough to eat sausages (sorry, that’s a saying of my grandmothers – a very wise woman). 549 more words

Trail-riding 101