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Old 12-04-2010, 08:59 PM   #15
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Just open another window and look up whatever you want to post then just copy the link up in the white window up top and then come back to your post and paste it there in your letter.....
That's it,
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I guess since this is "my" thread, I may change it now.?

I don't understand how to "copy the link in the white window up top"

I know how to use 'copy' and 'paste' in a word processing program and how to paste in an email, but I don't understand what you are trying to tell me what to do and I would like to figure it out.
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Old 12-05-2010, 03:22 PM   #16
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They have ways of knowing, those cardiologist.
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Old 12-05-2010, 04:19 PM   #17
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Now I feel like a citified camper for buying a toaster to plug in when I go camping!
Truth be told...we have a toaster too! And having grown up in Detroit, I know I am way more citified than I would have chosen to be. On the other hand, being from Detroit, when someone points out something wrong with me I just say, "I can't help it, it's not my fault I grew up in Detroit!"

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Old 12-05-2010, 04:45 PM   #18
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I guess since this is "my" thread, I may change it now.?

I don't understand how to "copy the link in the white window up top"

I know how to use 'copy' and 'paste' in a word processing program and how to paste in an email, but I don't understand what you are trying to tell me what to do and I would like to figure it out.
Left click in the white window where the link is and the whole link will light up blue...... now while it's all blue put your mouse pointer in the blue and "right click" you will see a link sayin "copy" left click on the "copy" without taking your mouse out of the blue..... now that you have it go to your post letter that you are making and right click in that letter then left click on paste...... after that you can click post preview to see how you did....
sounds a little confusing but if you follow that it will work.
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Old 12-06-2010, 08:49 AM   #19
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I use one I also use when Kayaking - can be found at MEC - folds flat and comes with a little pouch for storage:
GSI Glacier Stainless Radiant Toaster - Mountain Equipment Co-op. Free Shipping Available
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Old 12-06-2010, 10:50 AM   #20
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Left click in the white window where the link is and the whole link will light up blue...... now while it's all blue put your mouse pointer in the blue and "right click" you will see a link sayin "copy" left click on the "copy" without taking your mouse out of the blue..... now that you have it go to your post letter that you are making and right click in that letter then left click on paste...... after that you can click post preview to see how you did....
sounds a little confusing but if you follow that it will work.
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I get it. It works just like you said. You can't imagine how much time I have spent doing this "by hand." Actually, maybe you can.

Thanks much. John
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Glad it worked John..... I use that same procedure to email myself so that i can look at the link more thoroughly when i get a chance and then decide if i want to save it to favorite places.
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Old 12-08-2010, 08:07 AM   #22
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We make it in a non-stick frying pan on top of the stove in the camper. Just a little butter on each side of the bread. We have the 4 slice wire rack, which you can find in the sporting goods dept at Wal-Mart but I like the pan better.
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After 6 years my Ozark Trails(Walmart), less that $2, very rusty, made in Canada!, 4 slice wire toaster still works well. Raz
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Hi: All...I make the best "Toast" with a long stem glass!!!
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Old 12-09-2010, 05:35 PM   #25
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A quick way to make toast is to lightly butter both sides of a slice of bread then put it a hot cast iron skillet. Cook until browned then turn over. If you use bacon grease it is even better just don't tell my Cardiologist.
The Coleman wire gadget works great, too.

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Does anyone make toast using some sort of gadget on top of their propane stove? Does it work well?

Cheers John - missing my toast!
We have a single slice 12V toaster, don't use it much but it's cute and it works!

The other picture is the typical device to which you refer, they have been making them for nearly a century so they can't be all bad
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We have a single slice 12V toaster, don't use it much but it's cute and it works!

The other picture is the typical device to which you refer, they have been making them for nearly a century so they can't be all bad
That 12v toaster is cute.
I bought the 4-slice model at Wal Mart the other day. It cost a whole $2.xx, I can't remember the exact cents. So I should be good to go for toast this winter trip. We leave in 6 days, 17 hrs, and 9 min. but who's counting!

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Old 12-29-2010, 04:11 PM   #28
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A quick way to make toast is to lightly butter both sides of a slice of bread then put it a hot cast iron skillet. Cook until browned then turn over. If you use bacon grease it is even better just don't tell my Cardiologist.
The Coleman wire gadget works great, too.
I agree. That's how we make toast and it's the best. We don't butter the bread, though. We just stick the end of a stick of real butter onto the hot grill. Then mop it up with the bread slice and wait for it to brown. Usually 30-45 seconds. Then make another puddle of butter, flip the slice over and repeat the procedure. I usually do 4 slices at a time on the griddle of my Coleman Roadtrip grill.
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