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Old 01-06-2003, 08:35 AM   #15
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How about export

I just saw Lex's post above. Let's all start a business and export these (Dutch Ovens) to Holland! (Lex can be our agent there.) We'll make millions of Euros and all be rich, even pay our webmaster! :lol

But what would we call them? U.S.Ovens? Dutch-American Ovens? Native American Ovens? ;)

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Old 01-06-2003, 09:08 AM   #16
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export / import

export / import

Bright idea :cheers

In Holland the 'Skottelbraai' is very popular amongst campers.
That's South-African for 'Platter bake' or something like.

Perhaps you like to have overthere??

<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3e199b758a886skottel.jpg/>
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Old 01-06-2003, 10:57 AM   #17
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Skottelbraai

That's a great looking piece of equipment, Les. Yes, we would like to have the import business on that product. Is it made in Holland?

Looks like the three tops are interchangeable. Are they? Does the stand fold up for transport? Actually those of us who have propane tanks on our trailers could eliminate the tank and simply run a hose to the trailer tank. Perhaps we'd have to modify the connection to the ''safety'' connectors which are now required on U.S. tanks. Perhaps you could post a link to the web page of the manufacturer. Aki, another of our great international friends and posters, has some nice Japanese charcoal barbeque equipment on his personal pages. Please run a search and look at what's cooking on the other side of the world.

Maybe we can start an export-import business and help keep this board afloat.:loltu

And, Lex, thanks for your posts. They are always very interesting and we look forward to seeing them. Try to get some more people in Europe and elsewhere to join us!

Happy camping!
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Old 01-06-2003, 03:08 PM   #18
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That's a great looking piece of equipment, Lex. Yes, we would like to have the import business on that product. Is it made in Holland?
No, it's from South Africa
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Looks like the three tops are interchangeable. Are they? Does the stand fold up for transport?
Yes, yes.
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Actually those of us who have propane tanks on our trailers could eliminate the tank and simply run a hose to the trailer tank.
The tank on the picture is a standard dutch/german trailer tank.

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Perhaps you could post a link to the web page of the manufacturer.
http://www.cadac.co.za/

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Try to get some more people in Europe and elsewhere to join us!
I will.
In the meantime you can join the british newsgroup on caravanning:
uk.rec.caravanning
Or the Dutch: nl.reizen.caravan (if you can tackle the language barrier ;) ;) )
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Old 01-06-2003, 05:40 PM   #19
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try this one

>the Dutch: nl.reizen.caravan (if you can tackle the language barrier)<

sure Lex, I speak Dutch about as good as I do Japanese, not at all.
That is an interesting cooker though. Your trips you have planned are these most of us dream of but never ever do. take lots of pictures.
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take lots of pictures.
You like pictures?
I've got hundreds. ;)
Since I bought my first digital camera in 1998, I am 'the picture man'.
There are still some series of our newsgroup rallies on the web.
The url : http://www.hio.ft.hanze.nl/mele/ng/english.htm
(sorry, text in Dutch :cry )
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Old 01-07-2003, 05:38 AM   #21
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Braai

Lex,

In Afrikaans braai means "roast." Is it also a Dutch word?

Throughout southern Africa, braai has come to mean a cookout or a social gathering featuring a cookout (barbeque).

That's a neat grill. :)
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In Afrikaans braai means "roast." Is it also a Dutch word?
Yes and no ;)
In Dutch the verb is 'braden'. There is no simular noun.
Braden is always with butter or oil.
A Dutch equivalent can be 'braadschotel'.
With some effort we can understand 'Afrikaans' v.v.
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Holland Photos

Hello Lex

Jim and I just took a look at your beautiful photos ... we spent three weeks in Europe several years ago (one entire week in Amsterdam) and the photos bring back memories of your beautiful Holland.

Your campouts with your groups look wonderful and the food - WOW.
I'm sorry we couldn't read the text but your photos really tell the whole story. Thanks for sharing.

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