A month or two ago I wrote about our shed design – here, here and here.
I was very lucky to have a friend of mine, who is a shop Teacher, build it for us with his class.
I wanted a shed that would be relatively lightweight and portable. It has made it’s journey home, but we have not assembled it yet. When we do, it will be at the campsite and I will document the assembly process – for those of you who are curious about the design.
In the meantime, I wanted to share with you how we spruced up the shed with outdoor chalkboard paint.
I love to walk around the campground and visit my friends that are camping with us.
I do not like to look like a lush when I am on one of my walkabouts.
So, I came up with a short lists of products to help conceal your booze!
Redneck Wine Glass
As much as we love camping, we are not cold weather campers. I will confess that my husband does dabble in the insanity of winter tent camping, but the rest of the family prefers the warmth of a bed.
So, how does our family get our camping fix in the middle of winter? Well, we stay in cabins – camping cabins!
What exactly are camping cabins? Well, to us, camping cabins are tiny cabins that are minimalistic. They do not provide larger than life luxuries that are typically associated to “cabin” renting. They are simplistic.