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Old 07-21-2018, 06:59 AM   #1
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Food Item that is included in camper!

what food/drink item is recommended as an "always pack" ----


in our case, we love coffee, but have just learned the awesome benefit of a bit of honey in each cup of coffee... how did i get to medicare age and not know this....
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choice no. 1 right after coffee is

jar of honey!
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Old 07-21-2018, 08:49 AM   #2
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A nice bottle of whiskey
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:08 PM   #3
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Honey has many benefits that most people are not aware of. As a natural sweetener it can be used in place of sugar and is more healthy. Many folks with diabetes can use honey but not sugar. Honey can also have some medicinal uses. I grew up with an uncle that raised bees and often helped him recover honey. For Christmas each family received a quart of honey from uncle Harry and it was one gift everyone looked forward to getting. I can remember chewing the beeswax like gum to get the honey flavor from it. Best part is honey does not spoil!
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:11 PM   #4
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Old 07-23-2018, 01:26 PM   #7
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Once you open that bottle of liquor you have to finish it off.
At least in FL, where it is illegal to have an "opened" bottle of alcohol in your vehicle.
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Once you open that bottle of liquor you have to finish it off.
At least in FL, where it is illegal to have an "opened" bottle of alcohol in your vehicle.
Not really. If the bottle is back in the "house" not accessible to the driver it is not generally an issue. OTOH the open beer on the console is a different story.
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Not really. If the bottle is back in the "house" not accessible to the driver it is not generally an issue.
I always wondered why the LR slide covers the liquor cabinet when it is in, so I can't get to it while driving


Seriously, it is a pain because there is other stuff in there besides booze.
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Once you open that bottle of liquor you have to finish it off.

At least in FL, where it is illegal to have an "opened" bottle of alcohol in your vehicle.


Yep!
Sometimes the cork slips into the campfire.
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