1 Go for a walk to the comic book store and guitar store down the way.
2 Work on some of my project enormity stuff.
Having spent a reasonable amount of time camping with a book in my hand has given me a bit of perspective on a few things, and also some great ideas to work on into the future.
I had a fun little sitdown with my nephews while camping. I sent the eldest home with a copy of "Return To Firetop Mountain". I'm pretty sure he's going to take the red pill of RPGing now :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Return_to_Firetop_Mountain
My wife also finished up her Star Wars book while we were camping so she sat and ran thru "Return To Firetop Mountain" for a little while, she enjoyed it as well. I've heard of a few people taking the old FF books and converting them to the new Advanced Fighting Fantasy 2.0 system. I'm considering it as well, could be fun. As the descriptions in the books are FANTASTIC! The only issue is there are a lot of cases where death will just happen, no escape, etc. So I'm sure a bit of a re-write would be necessary.
Speaking of.. Arion Games is set to release a new AFF version of "The Warlock of Firetop Mountain" using the new version of the rules. Here's a video by +Jenny Green detailing the coolness of this module!
I also played some Cuthulu dice with my nephews, PS its a great game for camping, and my 12 year old nephew picked it up in like 10 minutes. Here's the deal on it http://www.sjgames.com/dice/cthulhudice/
Here is a list of a few cool thing's I've noticed lately on Google + that you may not have caught. First off if you haven't heard about #Narcosa here's the lowdown. Its a fucking brilliant idea. +Rafael Chandler