If the snow is too thin, do we have a backup water source?
I can bring an auger for the lake if needed.
Hey Fronkey, as long as its tarpless not topless
We will have access to water,might need to bring some carriers though. Will talk to fourdog about it.
I think it is starting to look like a chilled -but hang ! Who would of thought
almost 60 degrees in MN in January.
I'll bring water jugs and stew pots, parachute canopy (Paul) & large fire
I have some small 2 1/2 gal. pails we can use for water transport. They have covers so that they won't spill. Let me know if you would like me to bring them.
I plan on being up there about noon on Thursday and can help set things up as well.
Stupid question I'm sure, but seeing as I'm new and all..... What sort of things do people bring to "add to the pot" ?
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Or bring Breads, or other things to round out a meal, or desserts.
Most anything you would eat yourself is welcome
UH-OH, I just thought of this, Some of the folks I run with will eat almost anything, really scared now
Your scared , how about the rest of us. Now not only do we have to worry about what we could see in the sauna, but also what is being brought for the pot. Makes a guy think twice about coming
I am planning on bringing biscuits and some fixings to go with them: Butter, Honey, Syrup, and Jam.
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