dutch oven breakfast

Dutch Oven Baking: Part 2

Picking up where we left off a couple days ago on our Dutch oven discussion, we’ll now cover the actual act of baking. Again, this is an excerpt from Bill Bernt’s article in Northwest Living, entitled, “Those Amazing Dutch Ovens.” Baking with a Dutch oven is just a matter of learning temperature control. The best […]

Dutch oven/open-fire cooking

Those Amazing Dutch Ovens

I was trying out a new recipe for our river trips earlier this morning, which made me think about a little article my dad, Bill Bernt, owner of Aggipah River Trips, wrote in the 80s about Dutch ovens. He had several articles published in a magazine called Northwest Living. He wrote all sorts of interesting pieces about […]

Early spring on Salmon River

Spring is early in the Salmon River country.  Plant stages seem to be at least two weeks ahead of average.  Our home elevation is 4500 feet.  The red plums have just blossomed.  Arrowleaf balsamroot is beginning to bloom, along with lupine, yellowbells, prickly pear, and many of the sagebrush flowers.  Snowpack is about 70% of […]

Steelhead fishing winding down

Steelhead fishing in the Salmon area is winding down.  I have put away my rods until fall.  The river is off-color, several inches higher than average per date.   Spring has come early this year.  A clump of cottonwoods than I have watched for many years usually will show first leaves very close to the […]

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