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Old 06-09-2009, 09:15 AM   #11
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Do you really eat something called "crappie"??? I tend to avoid that stuff myself.
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Old 06-09-2009, 09:27 AM   #12
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Do you really eat something called "crappie"??? I tend to avoid that stuff myself.
Yes!!!! I love "Crop-Pea"

Maybe you will like this one (name) mo-betta......Sac-a-lait
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Old 06-10-2009, 12:55 AM   #13
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chinquapins? Is that really a fish? there was a little town by that name in N.C. not far from Camp Lejeune N.C. ( Jacksonville)
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chied fricken? did you drink his bourbon?
No, but I wouldn't mind some.

OK Uncle B, you bring your wonderful self, some chied fricken (his words, msmofet, not mine LOL) AND enough bourbon to share and it is a deal. Sounds like we have a a crowd coming. Guess I better dip some more peppermints.

Alix, can you make sure you get us a campsite that accepts dogs? Violet and Joie are all packed and ready for the trip and I really don't have the heart to disappoint them.
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Old 06-10-2009, 08:20 AM   #15
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chinquapins? Is that really a fish? there was a little town by that name in N.C. not far from Camp Lejeune N.C. ( Jacksonville)
Yep really a fish! Very popular fish in the South. They run a lot larger than Bluegills for example, good fighters, and very tasty. I think the correct name is Red Ear...but names like Chinquapin -- Shell Cracker -- Stump knocker -- as well as Mason, Tupleo, Yellow, and Mongrel Bream are sometimes heard...
Fun to catch and eat by any name!!!!!
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Old 06-10-2009, 08:31 AM   #16
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OK Uncle B, you bring your wonderful self, some chied fricken (his words, msmofet, not mine LOL) AND enough bourbon to share and it is a deal. Sounds like we have a a crowd coming. Guess I better dip some more peppermints.
Okiie Dokie.... I Will bring at least a 1/2 gallon of the good stuff (per person) The Chied Fricken we'll do on the river bank the first night...After that -- y'all get ready to clean fish and cook corn bread!!!
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A Chinquapin is also a kind of oak tree with sweet acorns.

I will bring salsa, and conduct the nature programs.
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Alrighty, got one at Glacier National Park for us all. (I booked a whole block just in case this party gets out of hand) So, theres fishing and we can even paddle across the line so all you southern folks can say you've been to Canada. We can go visit Waterton. They accept dogs (but warn you they are bear bait).

Since you guys seem to have taken care of most of the essentials I'm not sure what I should bring. How about a bunch of appys and dips etc?
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I will bring salsa, and conduct the nature programs.
If Kitchenelf sees this she's gonna think "nature programs" is skinny dipping in da river!
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As long as she brings along some of the wine she has lying around I'm good with the skinny dipping. Gotta say though... they don't call it Glacier for nothing. EEK!
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