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Old 06-22-2011, 08:34 AM   #51
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Steal away my friend! Oh and I actually know very little about which woods to use and alder just popped in my head . Your mix sounds much better!
If you need help with the wood Let me me know LP.

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Old 06-22-2011, 04:23 PM   #52
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Hmmmm, perhaps I need to kidnap LP and ODC for my next camping trip. I promise to blame it on the aliens so you guys have a good story to take home.

Growing up my dad always brought stuff to make wicked breakfasts and dinners when we went out camping. For some reason pancakes and bacon just taste better when you're out in the woods. The hubby and I brought steaks out with us the last time we went and just stuck them on sticks over the fire. Worked out really well. I don't know how many grill parties I've been to at parks where we used exclusively the park grills to make everything. Chicken, brats, burgers, hotdogs. We usually brought the salads already made though.
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Old 06-22-2011, 04:28 PM   #53
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Well, I am waiting until we buy the acreage with the barn to house the cow so I can go milk her at four in the morning so I can allow for the cream to rise to the top and have enough to churn the butter.
Excuses, excuses...
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Hmmmm, perhaps I need to kidnap LP and ODC for my next camping trip. I promise to blame it on the aliens so you guys have a good story to take home.

Growing up my dad always brought stuff to make wicked breakfasts and dinners when we went out camping. For some reason pancakes and bacon just taste better when you're out in the woods. The hubby and I brought steaks out with us the last time we went and just stuck them on sticks over the fire. Worked out really well. I don't know how many grill parties I've been to at parks where we used exclusively the park grills to make everything. Chicken, brats, burgers, hotdogs. We usually brought the salads already made though.
We always had full blown meals when camping, too...and when the "town" food ran out, we had to catch and gather everything we ate. Dad usually had us out for 2 weeks at a time.
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