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Camp Cookware

Written by James Lyons
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Glasses, plates, pots, pans, utensils-you need all these things when you go camping. You need camp cookware. Those of you who are full-timers and part-timers understand the need for good camp cookware that easy to use and easy to clean. A number of vacationers resort to disposable cookware, which, over time, gets expensive and destroys the environment

As the 1920s and 1930s rolled around, United States campgrounds added facilities that actually surpass the quality of most campsites today. These campgrounds had movie theaters, dance halls, and a whole host of other amenities you can't find today. For a thousand dollars in the 1920s you could buy yourself a recreational vehicle equipped with a bed, kitchen, bathroom, chairs, wood trim, refrigerator, and stove.

RV Catalogs Are A Great Source for Camp Cookware

There a several different RV catalogs out there designed to help new and older RVers alike. And there are catalogs that cater to every RVing need-great vacation spots, RV appliances, camp cookware, discount RV parts-you name it, there's a catalog for it. Most RV and camping stores put out detailed catalogs that describe their inventory and introduce you to the latest and greatest RVs, RV parts and camping equipment.

I remember the old metal folding camp chairs my parents used to pull out when we would go camping down in South Texas. If you sat in those chairs longer than thirty minutes, your rump would go numb and your back would stiffen up. The folding chairs available in camping stores today are absolutely delightful to sit in. You may never want to stand up again.

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