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Old 03-12-2014, 09:21 PM   #12489
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Tim - Diane emailed to ask me if there are fees for RVMs / GC etc. I told her NO - so whatever you have collected so far - please forward it to Plano and I'll hold on to it until such time fees are implemented. Don't forget - when sending $ to RVM Central - there is a $100 processing and admin fee. Please remit ASAP.
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Ok Steve..... I read the thread..... I know who NOT to send $$$$ to..... Smile.
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Old 03-12-2014, 09:23 PM   #12490
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Ok Steve..... I read the thread..... I know who NOT to send $$$$ to..... Smile.
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I also sent ya email... Did that find it's way to you? And thanks for using the GC @ CL form on the website.
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Ya know who just crossed my tiny mind....
Mike and Harriet. Proud new owners of a land based RV and full fledged Mutants.

We need an update and wonder if you're getting closer to penning the GC @ CL on you calendar (been penciled in for some time now)??
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Old 03-12-2014, 09:30 PM   #12492
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Ok Steve..... I read the thread..... I know who NOT to send $$$$ to..... Smile.
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Diane how's the coach repair coming, we have got to get together sometime before this crowd of mutants attack or state.lol

Have accumulated mostly information for the group but have some ideas on gifts but keep in mind who's saying this!
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Dave - you are not the only one doing the GF diet.... K? There are several others. And some with diabetic diets - some with small appetites etc. I will get sheets or something out because it has been requested and makes sense that we at least have the basics covered for the gatherings - and meals with a theme - like the requested Fish Fry - Grill / Game Night (some have reported not eating game) - some can't eat shellfish - so we need to watch that for Mardi Gras night - etc. We could just say all meals on your own - whether we dine in a group or not - but what fun is figuring that out...
K. Tell ya wut, if there is flap jacks, fish breading, et al, we probly have the GF for it, and it will taste so dandy good the rest of the RVMs may clamor for it. We make some mean good GF onion rings!
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Barb and I discussed the group meals / events planning and de decided to hold off trying to corral everyone until a month out. That's fast approaching so I need to think on it a bit. There are several folks with dietary restrictions - Gluten Free - small meals due GBypass - etc. So stand by one, and I will pull something together and get it out there (somewhere).

But anyone wanting to buy a Standing Rib Roast for the smoker - bring it on!! I will bring several flavors of smoking wood.
Steve I haven't read past this post. Got behind. We are planning on bringing Kansas fattened, thick cut bacon wraped beef filets for everyone. Looks like forty as of now. Some may not eat it, some may eat more then one. Will need a few more grills to help with the cooking. You all will have to figure in the time for the grilling. I hope we don't go hungry at the GC@CL. Some red wine and beer ought to pair nicely with these.
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K. Tell ya wut, if there is flap jacks, fish breading, et al, we probly have the GF for it, and it will taste so dandy good the rest of the RVMs may clamor for it. We make some mean good GF onion rings!
Dave - That's really what I think people are suggesting when they ask for a sign up list. Several (probably half or more) have some special requirements - but most eat lots of things others without those requirements can and do enjoy. So it really isn't a big issue. Example: On Mardi Gras night - if gumbo is made with slimy okra, crawfish, shrimp and such - those who don't eat it can eat Turkey etc.

We just need to be sure we have the right amount of sides at each gathering. Salad - Cooked / Raw Veggies - breads, condiments - cheese, rice crackers (no wheat lol) etc. It won't be difficult - just need a little structure around it.
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Steve I haven't read past this post. Got behind. We are planning on bringing Kansas fattened, thick cut bacon wraped beef filets for everyone. Looks like forty as of now. Some may not eat it, some may eat more then one. Will need a few more grills to help with the cooking. You all will have to figure in the time for the grilling. I hope we don't go hungry at the GC@CL.
Hey Don - that is so much more than generous!! And - bacon wrapped too boot!! I can't help on the grill - as ours is a tiny thing.

The Itinerary currently has Wild Game and Grilling Extravaganza scheduled for Sunday Night - 4/27 - perfect evening for a bacon wrapped filet!

My EDIT -I see you added a line about red and brewskis ---- always a good pairing with steaks!
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Hey Don - that is so much more than generous!! And - bacon wrapped too boot!! I can't help on the grill - as ours is a tiny thing.

The Itinerary currently has Wild Game and Grilling Extravaganza scheduled for Sunday Night - 4/27 - perfect evening for a bacon wrapped filet!

My EDIT -I see you added a line about red and brewskis ---- always a good pairing with steaks!

Hey Don ,

I have a grill that does rare & medium rare I'd be happy to help.

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Hey Don - that is so much more than generous!! And - bacon wrapped too boot!! I can't help on the grill - as ours is a tiny thing.

The Itinerary currently has Wild Game and Grilling Extravaganza scheduled for Sunday Night - 4/27 - perfect evening for a bacon wrapped filet!

My EDIT -I see you added a line about red and brewskis ---- always a good pairing with steaks!

I thought there was some big grills there... but I might have dreamt of hearing of that....
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Tim - you take such great CG pics - you should start a CG Rating and Guide Site!

Seems when I talked to CL these were were described as fire rings - not grills - but we could bring as many grills to the pavilion as we wanted to. They even said I Could out the smoker there and leave it.... I'm sure there will be plenty of grills on hand.
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Tim - you take such great CG pics - you should start a CG Rating and Guide Site!

Seems when I talked to CL these were were described as fire rings - not grills - but we could bring as many grills to the pavilion as we wanted to. They even said I Could out the smoker there and leave it.... I'm sure there will be plenty of grills on hand.
Actually they are grills that we can use as fire pits. The grating might actually be a problem for fire pits cause they are attached and swivel out of the way to allow charcoal to be added. When there they looked like they had been used for fire pits before.
Should have EZ-Go cart and firewood there so if we need to move thing around it shouldn't be a problem.
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We have a smallish propane grill. dH likes well done, so thats a great idea to have several, one for each doneness (is that a word)
While i do prefer med rare.

And i too ask indulgences for those not coming.... But its like the Disneyland commercial "i'm too excited to sleep".
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