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Being an explorer

So we’re in the shadow of holiday time. For us this winter it’s a road trip up the east coast mixing it up with family, camping, national parks, town visits and naturally for half the family – surfing. (The other half love reading and drawing, so it works well.)

It’s also plastic free July . Normally this isn’t an issue for us, but being on the road may throw the occasional curveball.IMG_1151.jpg

Usually meal planning and a little time in the kitchen gets me over the line. We’ll have our little camp kitchen, but space will be a priority in our van & there’s no refrigeration beyond the ice blocks. So it’ll be basic, but leaves more time for play – everyone wins!

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Snacking in the garden is one of the bonuses of my market garden gig, unfortunately the garden just isn’t going to fit.  I’ll be checking in with Fair Food Forager  to find local wholefood / co ops/ local fresh food stores when supplies run low & I kinda geek out a bit looking for the super fresh options in a new town. Finding where the happy food is & how locals eat is a way I get my bearings in a new town.

How you you find your way in an unfamiliar area or is a wander around with accidental finds more your speed?

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