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Old 08-08-2012, 11:06 AM   #183
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Just got a email from friends from bolerama they booked sites 122 welcome armel&carrol from Stoney point ont they are in a 17 casita
oh man thats so cool, tell them we warmly welcome canadians aye.
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Old 08-08-2012, 01:43 PM   #184
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Pam your are welcome to use my stove if you like. Im going to do my beans in the crock pot.
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....and Scott, my friend Marty on site #77 serves a mean glass of red wine in a mason jar. We had a great wine and cheese afternoon on our previous camping trip...

Since my trailer only has a small stove, and I don't own a crock pot, there will not be a hot passing dish from me. I think I'll do a pasta salad.
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Old 08-08-2012, 01:47 PM   #185
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Move over, here I come!

I'll be in site 119.
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Old 08-08-2012, 02:11 PM   #186
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Hello,

John Carter & family & 16ft Scamp from Madison Heights, MI here. We are penciled in on site 41 for the rally.

I would suggest if you would like to roast something goat size either renting or building a Cuban style pig roaster, see La Caja China Pig Roast Boxes | Superb Roasting Pig BBQ Grills and Smokers. Steiners meat market down the road from me rents out these units. If I make it I can bring over my smoker, I have put six Boston butts on it at one time - that's alot of pulled pork.
hmmm butt roast are sounding pretty good.
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Old 08-09-2012, 11:07 AM   #187
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hmmm butt roast are sounding pretty good.
Gord &linda just booked site 127 coming from ont in there 13 boler might have a Canadian majority may need poutine on the menu
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Old 08-09-2012, 11:15 AM   #188
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Gord &linda just booked site 127 coming from ont in there 13 boler might have a Canadian majority may need poutine on the menu
have no idea what that is,,,please serve some up. as long as we aren't out of our gord....(sorry ,,,that just slipped out)
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Old 08-09-2012, 04:04 PM   #189
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c'mon, how hard can it be to whip up some jello shots? if you put in too much jello, you have,,,,Jello. and if you put in too much booze, you just have more FUN!!!
Sounds good Pam,
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:10 PM   #190
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Corn on the cob?

Do you need a BIG pot for the corn. Have one that holds 12 dozen.
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Old 08-10-2012, 06:20 AM   #191
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Do you need a BIG pot for the corn. Have one that holds 12 dozen.
hey thats awsome, fill er up with corn and potatos and put er on to boil
those nice little new potato,,,the red ones,,,mmmm
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:06 PM   #192
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So much yummy food in the future!

Would it be possible to have a poll with general food categories? People could vote for the category of food they plan to bring such as salad, vegetable, fruit, dessert, meat dish, pasta or what have you. Help encourage a nice mix.

How many are we up to now? Anyone been keeping count?
Been too busy to get on the forum for awhile and have fallen way behind. Last I knew it was around 44 people but seems like there have been some additions since then. Including it appears a contingent from the US and Canadian olympic drinking team. Go Team!
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:04 AM   #193
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Take a look at the past few pages and you will see that people have listed things that they are going to bring. Last time Pam counted I think it was around 22 Eggs signed up.
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:12 AM   #194
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My current count is at 24 eggs.
Our campsite will be bringing some sort of a dessert item.
For snackin will also bring some of hubbys homemade hummus (for all the garlic lovers out there) and some of his homeade salsa (hot stuff, not for the weak of heart)
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I VOTE GOAT!!!

Really, I don't care, but I liked the way it sounds
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My current count is at 24 eggs.
Our campsite will be bringing some sort of a dessert item.
For snackin will also bring some of hubbys homemade hummus (for all the garlic lovers out there) and some of his homeade salsa (hot stuff, not for the weak of heart)
oh yeah! hummus makes me humm... because its so yumm...

oh gads...sorry.

Scott, I'll probably still do the pasta salad because the components are easily transportable. Thanks for the offer! See you in less than a month !
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