We had seen our friends previously post about beach camping on Facebook and decided to look into it a couple of years ago. But with these types of places, they only list their availability at certain times at the beginning of the year and then they immediately get booked up. We were lucky enough to snag a site at Cape Disappointment in January before the chaos ensued and thankfully our reservations didn’t get canceled.
When my husband was looking to buy a house 12 years ago, I just couldn’t really visualize what he was seeing with our current home. That is until we put our personal touch on it with paint and decor. But I realize now that we have a family, a home is more than just cosmetics.
After dealing with the stresses of the pandemic, we decided to do a last-minute camping trip with the girls up at Goose Lake. It is the first camping trip for Delilah besides our glamping trip at Mt. Adams so it was a new experience for her.
This post is sponsored by Foster Farms Chicken but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
I love summertime because that means more outdoor grilling on hot summer days, which mainly involves my husband’s doing while I sit back and enjoy a cold beverage. But, I do occasionally come up with tasty meals and grill them up myself when I am feeling adventurous.
Now, I know there are some people that prefer certain types of grills. We’ve owned numerous types, but my favorite will always be a toss between wood-pellet and charcoal. There’s just something about the charcoal and smokey wood pellet flavors that deliciously seep into the meat.
But for this recipe, I used my mom’s gas grill since we were all hungry and I wanted the Foster Farms Simply Raised chicken to cook quickly.