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Thread: Slipping into summer cache 2007(pig roast)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache Maine View Post
    Regifting eh? Make sure to remove the To: and From: tags. LOL
    Works for me. Remember by theory - useful = I'll take it - no matter where it is as long as its legal! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Works for me. Remember by theory - useful = I'll take it - no matter where it is as long as its legal! LOL
    I hear ya...question is, how many things in Gary's garage would be considered legal? I know he is harboring the oldest known GSAK filtering tool in there somewhere.

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    OK, Tink(wife) asked me to post the list of everything we are doing for the event food and utensil wise. This way others would know what to bring if they wanted to help.

    Here is what we are doing and making.
    1 Pig 140 lbs
    2 Turkeys 16 lbs each
    Potato Salad
    Brownies
    Peanut Butter Fudge
    Melon Plate
    48 Soda’s in cans, various flavors (Sams club)
    50 Veggie Burgers and rolls
    Ketchup
    Mustard
    Relish
    150 Plates
    100 Forks
    100 Spoons
    100 Knifes
    100 Cups


    Breakfast
    Blueberry or regular pancakes/crepes
    Cinnamon Rolls
    Orange Juice


    Things that we need
    Coffee and coffee maker
    Chip
    Dip
    Salads ie, macaroni, toss, pasta
    Deserts
    Fruits
    Soda's
    Anything else not coverd.
    Blazing Troll

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    Rick,
    thanks for letting us know what is left to get.
    I will bring 4-5 bags of different chips and a few dips.
    thanks,
    Carol

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    OK, Tink(wife) asked me to post the list of everything we are doing for the event food and utensil wise. This way others would know what to bring if they wanted to help.


    Things that we need
    Coffee and coffee maker
    Chip
    Dip
    Salads ie, macaroni, toss, pasta
    Deserts
    Fruits
    Soda's
    Anything else not coverd.
    I have a Cabelas 10 cup stainless steel camp coffee Percolator that I can bring. Will there be some coleman stoves on site? I can bring mine if we need another one....and can bring coffee/sugar and creamer as well....
    What is the count for people camping? We may need more than (1) 10 cup coffee maker....
    I have everything imaginable for camping gear so just ask if you need something...and I'll make sure I put it on my list of things to bring.....


    How bout some real genuine VT maple syrup for the Sunday morning pancakes????

    Everyone bringing a dish/salad, you might want to make sure you bring a serving spoon for it as well..

    Lets hope for great weather.
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    mmmmmm.....brownies.

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    Looks like pedalchick and I will be attending. Won't get there til later in the day, but we will be camping overnight.
    I can bring another coffee maker if needed + coffee
    I'll bring some cookies, soda and fruit (don't want to drive 1.5 hours on a hot day with macaroni salad in the car if you know what I mean...)

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    Smile bringing

    We'll pick up some fruit, watermelon is always good on a hot day. A few apples and what ever else looks good.

    I'll also be bringing my small charcoal grill for anyone wanting to cook there own stuff.
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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    Default Hiram!

    Troy wants to know. What's the weapon of choice this year?

    Squirt guns or water balloons?
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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    This sounds better and better every day! We'll be bringing a strawberry rhubard crumb cake and a "tip jar" for contributions to both this event and the web site maintanance fund.
    If you want to try cross country skiing, start with a small country

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