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Old 03-27-2014, 10:47 AM   #13329
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From Earlene: (CinCHouse has spoken)

"Wayne has failed to mention that we are taking extra appliances to assist. We have a double-sided waffle maker and an Emeril deep fryer that we can load aboard if Wayne will leave behind things in the bays he hasn't used since 1945. There won't be traditional egg white batter, but buttermilk batter with a little Irish cream or Kahlua will make the waffles palatable. We always have a large griddle for pancakes and the "b" word and ubiquitous small kitchen appliances which are available for anyone to use as well."

She is lying about 1945, I was only 4 then and couldn't pack, or drive.
We need to be nice and be sure and clean-up whatever we use so Earlene
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Old 03-27-2014, 10:50 AM   #13330
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I will still be bringing wild game I said I would so I will!
Dwayne, Back yard squirrels do not count!!

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I agree that the GBC should be at brunch time, start like 1030 or 11AM? Makes sense!
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To Better Accommodate Mutant Morning Behaviors The Following Changes Have Been Made to the Web Site / The Printiable Itinearary.

The 8:30 am morning Coffee's have been removed from the Itinerary
The Great Bacon Challenge Will be from 10:00 10:45 am Judging from 10:45 11:00 with Brunch Immediately Thereafter.

We will have our coffee pot at the Bacon Challenge, otherwise based on request.

Annie and I will visit the Gardens. We are also working to arrange the guided fishing outing with Steve and Mary Ann. Other than we're pretty much hanging at the mutation.

The pace can be as fast or slow as you like it. For us, it's vacation and CL is the place to be.
Regarding the morning coffee's, I "think" that the choice to remove a schedule is great. As each person(s) get up in the morning they can wander over with a cup in hand and partake of any company present. If you miss me, you loose.

Earlene likes gardens, so count us in. I have to tag along. I'll hobble with the cane, most likely

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Then again... DH gets up early(5:30) almost everyday ... I'm sure he would be willing to do some early tasks...He likes being helpful and likes cooking.... on the flip side... he doesn't last past 10:00PM usually either... so he won't be very helpful in cleanup chores then....
Marty, good point on "clean-up" chores. Some of the rallies we have been to they have a "clean-up-list." Earlene and I will help with any clean-up as long as others will chip in. Hope there doesn't have to be a list, but the first night will tell. Clean-up has to be done after each gathering, not waiting until the end as there would be to much.

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Been there done that... ARKANSAS, and will more, i might venture to Garvan Gardens for a photo shoot, and the jeep trail, but other than that. We are in camp....visiting, or in my case, talking....... Smile
Oh great! You are going to take pictures. I can sit in the MH and just have memories from your pictures.

We will take whatever opportunities there are to visit the area. The primary reason for us going to the GC@CL is to meet all you fine people. You to Steve.
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I suppose if I got drunk enough I might even try armadillo!
I'm a firm believer that if you eat out very much you will have eaten possum, armadillo, cat, dog, nutra, and I don't want to think about what else.


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Wow... the Arid~zona winds have arrived in Kansas.... strong from south winds this AM turning around throughout the day and will be coming out of the west and north again by tonight... it's 57 supposed to get to 71 this afternoon and back down to 35 by midnight....
March did not come in like a lamb...it has 4 days to prove it can leave like one....
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lol wayne I don't have any rats with flurry tails. but I do have hog and deer!!!!
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Gardens are on my list...always... might need to find a ride there though....
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Possum... that's just naughty!
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I'm a firm believer that if you eat out very much you will have eaten possum, armadillo, cat, dog, nutra, and I don't want to think about what else.


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Good one, Bob!

Man, there are lots of big ol' nutria in Hilderbrandt & Taylors bayous! Wanna go set out some traps tonight?

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okmunky - - My DW would like to zip line but she and I are trying to arrange a fishing adventure with Steve and Annie (probably a 1/2 day with a guide). She can't do both unless they're different days. So she might be last minute depending on the information that Steve gathers concerning our fishing adventure.
Steve, it looks like we will be Zipping on Saturday morning so we don't miss the Great Bacon Challenge brunch.
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So, a driving tour in a big circle to Bisbee and back. We will be back to Bisbee several times. :-)

Downtown Bisbee and the Lavender mine.

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