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    Well regarding food: if folks are going to bring things then I'll bring my famous baked beans in an iron skillet. Well...famous in my family circle anyways. I don't have a dutch oven but I guess we can figure out a way with the skillet. Beans should make the circle around the fire interesting
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    I can bring a grate for over the fire cooking. That would go good with a cast iron skillet.

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    This pulk is making me way over pack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgraybackpacker View Post
    I can bring a grate for over the fire cooking. That would go good with a cast iron skillet.



    Quote Originally Posted by bgraybackpacker View Post
    This pulk is making me way over pack!
    I always seem to over pack...bring stuff I never use. I'm trying to break out of that habit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgraybackpacker View Post
    I can bring a grate for over the fire cooking. That would go good with a cast iron skillet.
    On more sober retrospect I am not going to bring the grate, its too heavy and big and i am already going to be making at least 2 trips to the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgraybackpacker View Post
    On more sober retrospect I am not going to bring the grate, its too heavy and big and i am already going to be making at least 2 trips to the car.
    Only 2? LOL
    It will only take me one trip to bring my gear in. And who knows how many for firewood.
    I am really happy I am not loading all the pulks in my room at the moment... But boy could I haul in some gear!
    Last edited by Gary_R; 01-15-2013 at 19:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgraybackpacker View Post
    On more sober retrospect I am not going to bring the grate, its too heavy and big and i am already going to be making at least 2 trips to the car.
    No worries
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    1. What are y'all thinkin fer tarp anchors in lieu of stakes, I was hoping to snag some sticks if I can't just tie em all off to ther trees/ bushes.

    2. Tasty hot meal ideas? I wanna try skurka's ramen with pesto...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dedominick View Post
    1. What are y'all thinkin fer tarp anchors in lieu of stakes, I was hoping to snag some sticks if I can't just tie em all off to ther trees/ bushes.

    2. Tasty hot meal ideas? I wanna try skurka's ramen with pesto...
    I often use my snowshoes and tails to stake out the corners.
    I also use my regualr stakes and just pack it down with my foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dedominick View Post
    1. What are y'all thinkin fer tarp anchors in lieu of stakes, I was hoping to snag some sticks if I can't just tie em all off to ther trees/ bushes.

    2. Tasty hot meal ideas? I wanna try skurka's ramen with pesto...
    I have made some stakes out of a home depot bucket. However you can use y stakes and bury them sideways and tamp down the snow.

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