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    i'm bringing some chicken burritos my wife made, just heat em' up near the fire and they're ready to eat

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    Well, since my 'name' is Cannibal, I'm just assuming my food will already be there hanging in hammocks.

    I kid! Don't know what we'll bring, haven't gotten that far in my thinking yet.
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    I'm definitely out. I will be working all weekend due to the cold weather. I'd rather be hanging in a hammock warm and toasty in multiple bags or around a fire. I'll tip one back for you all on Saturday night.
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    My official guess is that the temps won't get below 11 this weekend. Got the first snow of the year in Denver early this morning, but the forecast ahead looks to be in a warming trend. Looks like Saturday is going to be the coolest; both daytime and nighttime temps.
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    I started packing up last night, and will have two extra Exped Downmats if anyone needs some assistance with bottom insulation. I just sold all of my old heavy 0 degree synthetic bags, so I won't be able to provide much help for top insulation.

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    I made a big pot of Chili last night...old family recipe I got off the internet yesterday (not sure whose family it is). It is vegetarian except for a couple pounds of beef and some pork sausage.


    I will bring it on Friday and if I can borrow some space on a stove we can have it tonight or lunch tomorrow (I am planning to come back to Denver on Saturday afternoon, so unfortunately won't be there for Saturday pot luck).

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    We picked up some gear yesterday at REI, so we should be fine on insulation now. At least at night, lol. We don't have much in the way of real winter clothing, either, but we'll make do. I found the coolest thing ever yesterday at WW: they're like those hot spot hand warmer things, except for your feet - shaped like the sole of a shoe. I get cold feet easy, so that's freaking awesome to me, hahah.

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    Those sole warmers are groovy! I use them quite often and always have a supply of them around.
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    hoping to be there before dark tonite

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    Copying my post from earlier... this is sooo technical



    I made a big pot of Chili last night...old family recipe I got off the internet yesterday (not sure whose family it is). It is vegetarian except for a couple pounds of beef and some pork sausage.


    I will bring it on Friday and if I can borrow some space on a stove we can have it tonight or lunch tomorrow (I am planning to come back to Denver on Saturday afternoon, so unfortunately won't be there for Saturday pot luck).

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