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Old 11-23-2005, 07:51 AM   #1
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What's your travelin' nibbles? Miles and miles to go before you sleep. You reach around, behind the seat and grab…?

You get out of the car to gas up and brush what kind of crumbs off your front?

What's that dribble down the front of your shirt? (I Swear...buy me one of those dog funnels and just throw food at my head...)

(A tip of the hat to Charles. I believe he started this thread once before long ago... I only steal the very best!)
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Old 11-23-2005, 07:52 AM   #2
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Old 11-23-2005, 07:53 AM   #3
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Our favorite travelin' snack is a combination of:

Dry Roasted Peanuts
Plain M&Ms
Raisins

It's got to be the perfect mixture, so as not to get too much of one ingredient.

Throw it all in a big ziplock bag.
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Old 11-23-2005, 08:08 AM   #4
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I eat whatever doesn't crawl out of my reach.

I have to admit that I don't eat the same stuff I once did, but I never leave home without a basket of goodies. I always start a traveling day with a large cup of coffee, which is backed up at the first gas stop with a bottle of caffinated soda. I always have several bottles of water close by.

The "food" part is largely dependent upon my mood, but it's usually something crunchy. I like crunchy. However, it's not beyond me to have a healthy bunch of stuff available only to grab a sausage on a stick at a truck stop. I like to partake of local cuisine when available
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Doesn't matter what we take, it's usually gone by the time we reach the city limits on our way out of town.

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Old 11-23-2005, 09:09 AM   #6
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I eat whatever doesn't crawl out of my reach.
Awright, Suz... this is getting DANGEROUSLY close to "Road Kill" rather than "Road Food"... although... now that I think about it... hmmm...

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[b] I eat whatever doesn't crawl out of my reach.**
Awright, Suz... this is getting DANGEROUSLY close to "Road Kill" rather than "Road Food"... although... now that I think about it... hmmm...

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yeah, so was some of the local cuisine I've eaten.

But, what can I say, I'm adventerous.

... actually, the Emu jerky was quite good.
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I would have to say with all my travels so far in Canada, there's not a town we go through without looking for that Tim Horton sign. And we thought our daughter (when she was a little tad) was crazy to spot all the golden arches (MacDonalds)!
But, hey, guess we're all lil' kids when out camping, eh?!
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Sunflower seeds...lot's of 'em!
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It's usually what Robert decides to pack, since he's in charge of food... But lately, I've noticed a decrease in chips & cookies & soda, and more bottled water and fresh fruit.

Since I've discovered that my cross-trainer exercise machine folds up and fits in the back of the minivan, taking up about as much space as his massage table, I'm being encouraged to bring it along on longer trips.

We may have a portable health club with us at Bullard's next summer.
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Fig newtons, M&M's, Pepsi One, trail mix, low-fat pretzels
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Salty and crunchy is good. Chips, pretzels, trailmix, mmmm. Coffee in the morning, xlarge soda with lots of ice after that and we usually carry bottled water in the car too.

Any size bag of chips is single serving for me from tiny ones to the feed the whole camp ones. I do not eat chips at home!
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Ours is trail mix, dried fruit, pumpkin seeds, trail mix, dried fruit......etc. ...Benny
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