Relax your at the Lake

We settled in at our very first camp host job at Emigrant Lake Ashland OR in May 2015. We got our 5th wheel parked and in order ready to hit the new job as camp hosts. We were going to be the best hosts EVER. In the history of camp hosts.

We soon learned that hosting is not like a 9-5 ( or what ever your 8 hours shift might be) job. There is no time clock, boss looking over your shoulder, pressures of deadlines. But it is not without its responsibilities. Bathrooms to clean, trash to pick up but the very best part of our job…. Meeting some pretty interesting people and hearing their stories. From weekend warriors to full timers. Not sure I can go back to the “regular life”  

   

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Getting Started

Hi, I have had Celiacs all my life, I just didn’t know what it was. In 2009 my mom was diagnosed with Celiacs and we started our journey together to find yummy foods to replace what we thought we couldn’t do without. Mainly bread for mom and doughnuts and muffins for me.

The hardest issue was when we’re on the road. Where do you stop? How can you be sure the kitchen is safe? Do we always have to bring our own snacks to ensure no cross contamination? How apprehensive should I be if the waitress doesn’t have a clue what I’m talking about when I say I am gluten free. I’m sure you have had similar situations while out running errands or taking a road trip.

My goal with Wheatfreetravelers is to share my experiences and hear a few from you. Tips about foods and eateries that are safe and allow us to enjoy life without wheat.

I’m not medically trained nor do I claim to be an expert on Celiacs or wheat intollerance. My husband and I live full time in an RV and travel part of the year and Camp Host the rest of the time. So I thought this would be a great way to connect with others, share my discoveries and learn of new places to see and things to eat wheatfree.

I’m looking forward to making new friends along the way.

Pam