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user-avatarBMcCoy Joined: 04-01-2022
I have a lot of titles that I try to be good at. I am a wife, mom, nana, teacher and freelance writer. There is another title that I try be worthy of and fall short daily and that is a Christian
user-avatarBMcCoy/05-25-2022

There are some dangers that campers should beware of. Warnings that everyone needs to understand and heed. When choosing a camping site, you must investigate the area for potential hazards.  Everyone in the south knows the rhyme, “three leaves, beware of these.” Poison ivy, poison oak, and other poisonous plants have three leaves. It is also advised that you check your chosen camping area for other dangers also.  Claw marks on trees can mean bears. Rubbing marks on three can mean deer....

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user-avatarBMcCoy/05-03-2022

Breaking Bread: Campfire Style One of my favorite things about camping is the food. My husband loves to cook over an open fire. And everything tastes better when cooked and eaten outside. We own several dutch ovens and iron skillets. They are perfect for outside cuisine. From pot roast to cobbler, we have honed our recipes and tricks. There is nothing like coming in from a day on the boat, kayaking, hiking or exploring, and eating a campfire meal. Those campfire meals are always better with fami...

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user-avatarBMcCoy/04-19-2022

Be Still, Be Quiet and Breathe Psalm 46:10- He says, "Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth." When I was a child, my extended family often met down by the river in Tennessee for family campouts. We would swim, water ski, fish all day, then cook over the fire and play music in the evening. I always enjoyed those trips with my grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. There is nothing like family voices singing in harmony by the campf...

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