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Old 04-29-2009, 05:52 PM   #15
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....have Reace/Tammy give you directions to where ever you need to go!!
In the township of Ft.Langley there is e really nicely stocked local IGA super market. NOT overly large in size but nicely stocked with most anything you'd need. (Note: bring comfie shoes, Ft.Langley is a great tourist place with lots to do, including an actual historical fort)

When coming from Escape Trailers headed west on the highway, look for the exit to SUMAS, Washington. Take it headed south toward the Can/Us border (only about 1 or 2 miles to border) on the right side of this road is a Cost-Co, just FYI!!! Right in that area is a Zellers Dept. store and also near at hand is a large hardware store. Between these three places you'll prolly find MOST anything you need to stock up on for your stay!!!
Thanks so much Doug! It all sound wonderful. We're really getting excited about it all!
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Old 04-29-2009, 07:27 PM   #16
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I'm planning on bringing a slab cake to celebrate our 13th meet!
Thanks Gail. Sounds Good!

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Old 04-29-2009, 07:29 PM   #17
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Ian and I will be leaving tomorrow from Vermont on our trip across the states to pick up our new 19' Escape on May 7th. We will be coming on the rally. We will get some bread and cheese and green salad. I'm sure there's a great grocery store in Chilliwack! We're really looking forward to meeting you all.
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Hi Jenny and I wish it was me picking up the 19' Escape. Hope you are giving tours!

Happy to have you join us.

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I'll bring a crockpot of turkey chili
Sounds good. Have marked you down.

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Old 05-01-2009, 11:08 AM   #19
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I'm still bringing birthday cupcakes!!
*mmmm cupcakes*
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Old 05-01-2009, 12:44 PM   #20
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Since we will be picking up our new Escape 19 that Friday, we too will be loaded up with lots of gear in our vehicle, and probably will be buying stuff from the list of places Doug provided. I am guessing we will bring something that does not need much lead time to make, like a veggie plate or something. I would rather have Lisa and me spending time having fun on Saturday, rather than cooking. Any other ideas that would fit the bill?

It seems we may have more then enough desserts, so we won't do that then.
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:44 PM   #21
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Since we will be picking up our new Escape 19 that Friday, we too will be loaded up with lots of gear in our vehicle, and probably will be buying stuff from the list of places Doug provided. I am guessing we will bring something that does not need much lead time to make, like a veggie plate or something. I would rather have Lisa and me spending time having fun on Saturday, rather than cooking. Any other ideas that would fit the bill?

It seems we may have more then enough desserts, so we won't do that then.
Hi Jim. totally get it! LOL

If you would like to bring a few dozen dinner rolls and butter that would be great! The IGA in Fort Langley has a pretty good bakery.

Re the more than enough Desserts. There is usually a large crowd so at this point I would suggest another dessert or two would not go to waste! :-)

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Old 05-02-2009, 05:02 PM   #22
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I'll be bringing Asian-style Coleslaw

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Old 05-02-2009, 07:04 PM   #23
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I'll be bringing Asian-style Coleslaw

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Thanks Janice.
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......... I would suggest another dessert or two would not go to waste! :-)
Yes, but most likely they would go to [b]waist, mine that is.
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....Jim.
Although this IS a TOUCHIE idea for some of here, ....it looks like you are one of us who prefer to ORDER in at the meet. A group of us order in from a local (and very tasty) Italian restaurant (very small local Italian chain called Jim's Pizza). We have menus with us. You decide what you'd like to eat, we call it in (cell phone)and usually within 20 minutes the food is delivered (usually to our site) right to the campsite. From there you could take your gastronomic feast over to the Group Gobble site , LOL!! and join in with the others, or join us or eat at your NEW ESCAPE!!!
The Trailer Goddess and I have been doing this almost from day 1. To us, it means one less meal to be prepared and or cleaned up after. Also on site, there is an outdoor (but covered) restaurant that serves up some rather tasty feasts. For Sure: U won't starve!!
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....Jim.
Although this IS a TOUCHIE idea for some of here, ....it looks like you are one of us who prefer to ORDER in at the meet. A group of us order in from a local (and very tasty) Italian restaurant (very small local Italian chain called Jim's Pizza). We have menus with us. You decide what you'd like to eat, we call it in (cell phone)and usually within 20 minutes the food is delivered (usually to our site) right to the campsite. From there you could take your gastronomic feast over to the Group Gobble site , LOL!! and join in with the others, or join us or eat at your NEW ESCAPE!!!
The Trailer Goddess and I have been doing this almost from day 1. To us, it means one less meal to be prepared and or cleaned up after. Also on site, there is an outdoor (but covered) restaurant that serves up some rather tasty feasts. For Sure: U won't starve!!
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...again this year...lasagna with meatballs. I'm on the "Italian Diet" again. Seems the only time I go on the Italian Diet is when I visit Ft. Langley!!
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With a little luck, Sharen & Simon, from Langley on Whidbey Island, WA, will bring a Dutch Oven upside-down pineapple cake... or something like that.

We look forward to connecting with all of you. My makeup man is coming too... I've taken him away from Oprah for the weekend... Must look our best for the major motion picture.

See ya soon,
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Here is what we have lined up so far. Have a number of people who haven't decided what they are bringing so prehaps the list that I have so far will help them decide. We could use a few more main dishes.

Dinner Rolls & Butter
Spinach dip and pita bread
Cheese & Sliced Meat
Salad - TBA
Bread, cheese Green Salad
Greek Pasta Salad
Asian-style Coleslaw
Couscous Salad
2 Potato Salads
Greek salad

Beer bread and a Welsh rarebit
Spanish Chicken & Rice with Chorizo
Turkey Chili
Roasted Chicken
Cajuin Dish
Lamb Vindaloo with Roti and Rice
KFC chicken
Meat/pasta/vegetable casserole

Slab Cake
Cup Cakes
Upside-down pineapple cake
2 TBA Deserts
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