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    What ever is fixed for breakfast will be fine by me. I'm not picky
    And yes, I'll help. But I'll wait to see what others volunteer to bring or do before I jump in.
    Gumbo, I'm sure your other ingredients will be covered as more people get involved.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    I think a peach cobbler in the dutch oven might be in the offing for Saturday night. Unless of course someone has a special hankering for blueberry or apple. I might as well plan this like a Scout camp out!!!!!!!!

    I'll bring my extra 2Q/ZQ Mod 3 Hennessy hammock and an extra OES SpinUL tarp and a Warbonnet Superfly in camo to setup for display.

    Don't forget your chairs!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdawg69 View Post
    I think a peach cobbler in the dutch oven might be in the offing for Saturday night. Unless of course someone has a special hankering for blueberry or apple. I might as well plan this like a Scout camp out!!!!!!!!
    Any kind of dutch oven cobbler sounds good to me

    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdawg69 View Post
    I'll bring my extra 2Q/ZQ Mod 3 Hennessy hammock and an extra OES SpinUL tarp and a Warbonnet Superfly in camo to setup for display.

    Don't forget your chairs!!!!!
    Yes, chairs will be needed.
    That modified Hennessy & any other extras will be good. Visitors will have a chance to see a few of the many options available for modern hammockers.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    As I think about how those kind of weekends go, I'm going to make a suggestion. Please share your thoughts.

    For the Hammock Demo we will have to take what ever we will use in our demos from the camp ground to the festival area by car, then take it back to camp when we are through. So I'm thinking we may want to keep it fairly simple.
    Also, I'm not sure how close we will be able to get by car (or whatever) after the festival begins, but I'll find out soon.

    So my suggestion is that we plan to set up & demo the hammocks, etc for a limited amount of time on Sat. If we have several hammock folks that can switch off on the demos, others will be free to roam the festival attractions or whatever.
    I'm thinking maybe 11am till 5pm. Thoughts? Lets talk
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    We have a double burner coleman stove we will bring, also thinking about cooking up a pork shoulder in the dutch oven for part of dinner. Pulled pork anyone???
    It's better to be lucky, than good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladybird View Post
    We have a double burner coleman stove we will bring, also thinking about cooking up a pork shoulder in the dutch oven for part of dinner. Pulled pork anyone???
    Ummm... love it!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    I've made one trek to Grayson Highlands this year! You guys keep talking about dutch oven cobblers and pork shoulders and I may have to make another one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShellD View Post
    I've made one trek to Grayson Highlands this year! You guys keep talking about dutch oven cobblers and pork shoulders and I may have to make another one!!
    Well quit thinking and get moving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    As I think about how those kind of weekends go, I'm going to make a suggestion. Please share your thoughts.

    For the Hammock Demo we will have to take what ever we will use in our demos from the camp ground to the festival area by car, then take it back to camp when we are through. So I'm thinking we may want to keep it fairly simple.
    Also, I'm not sure how close we will be able to get by car (or whatever) after the festival begins, but I'll find out soon.

    So my suggestion is that we plan to set up & demo the hammocks, etc for a limited amount of time on Sat. If we have several hammock folks that can switch off on the demos, others will be free to roam the festival attractions or whatever.
    I'm thinking maybe 11am till 5pm. Thoughts? Lets talk
    Think you are on the right track Slowhike. If need be, I'll have my pickup so we could load everything and make one trip down to the demo area.

    I am currently planning on getting there on Thursday afternoon (late) so that I can get an early read on site issues, plus I hope to see the highlands without fog, rain, clouds, and 50 knot winds for a change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladybird View Post
    We have a double burner coleman stove we will bring, also thinking about cooking up a pork shoulder in the dutch oven for part of dinner. Pulled pork anyone???
    You mean genuine Carolina BarBQ?! I'm in!!!!!
    You just wouldn't believe what they pass off as barbecue around here.
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    So many trees, so little time...
    We follow where the Swamp Fox guides,
    His friends and merry men are we;
    And when the troop of Tarleton rides,
    We burrow in the cypress tree.
    The turfy hammock is our bed,
    Our home is in the red deer's den,
    Our roof, the tree-top overhead,
    For we are wild and hunted men.

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