Blacks Creek – a drive worth taking

Blacks Creek – a drive worth taking

Blacks Creek trip A few miles Southeast of Boise Idaho and off the # 64 exit, Blacks Creek Road turns right to Kuna Idaho or left into the Boise National Forest. Amazingly enough I’ve never taken this particular road into the mountains, not once in the 30 something years I’ve lived in Idaho… But no longer. The road turns Northeast into the mountains; starts out as a paved road and quickly turns into an improved / unimproved two lane dirt road leading into the Boise National Forest. This meandering road leads to the South Fork of the Boise river and Read more »

The Camp Kitchen

The Camp Kitchen

What About That Camp Kitchen? I think by far the camp kitchen is one of my most favorite places to spend time when camping. No matter how simple the equipment or the method is for preparing a meal, I can always come up with great food. In the past I’ve used the ever popular dual burner Coleman stove for many years, Dutch ovens with coals and I’ve buried meat in the ground to cook. I’ve cooked bacon on a rock and the very popular open fire on the tripod method – one of my favorites. But this summer it was all about my little Read more »