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Old 05-21-2007, 05:06 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by kitchenelf
ummmmmmm - this post was from about a year ago - I bet the "event" has already taken place!

Ya know Miss Elf, I would wager that you are right!!!

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Old 05-21-2007, 07:56 PM   #12
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Nope this event is not from a year ago. 07-07-07 is the day. Yes i am the groom. And the reason we went for a backpackers wedding is because that is who we are, we didnt want a generic traditional wedding that would really just be a drag for us. We wanted to make it fun and personal. Taking shots of Tequila for the toast, with shot glasses we bought for the occasion saying, "I survived the (NAME) wedding 07-07-07. I thought it was an original idea that would leave a lasting memory. Oooops, wrong thread lol, not my bachelor party, Zorbins lol sry had a couple of shots on an empty stomach while cooking.

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Old 05-22-2007, 12:15 AM   #13
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Talking NO Wait! Bogatee.

So Much Fun!!!!
How I wish we could have had a "backpack wedding".
And I live in michigan????? how much fun would that be? WOW
Plus I'm a Camp Cook(for YMCA). You are the luckyist darn person I've ever not met just to know the good stuff that we as all good cooks or Chefs really know!
First of all..
Pack Light.
Tee shirts
sweets(we mean sweats ha ha).
make sure you've got a sleeping bag that will go to at least 20Deg or below. ( believe it or not Mich can get freezing at night!).
Snacks & goodies ( such as chex mix, cookies, beef jerky,raisons,fruit,water,power bars,crackers,dried fish (such as chubs, or Salmon)
dried cherrys(very pop in mich).sunscreen
and of course our mich know how!
have a cooler,with lots of ice.
A couple gals of Bottlied water.(yep you'll need it believe me!)Unless you know the waters your drinking? And such Good luck to Hon hope It's like mine was for us!! Live,Love & Eat..Plus Lots of hugs from Us.To you.....
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Old 12-24-2007, 05:33 PM   #14
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I paella is a way to feed alot of people. It is doable over a campfire.

Also gobs (southern term meaning a lot of) shrimp. EVOO and old bat and garlic sautee until done.

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