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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    The retelling of that story was amusing.

    "Hey Jeff, your pack is leaking"

    "Oh. What does it taste like?"

    LOL
    Yeah, I'm not tasting anyone's dripping pack! The thought of what the liquid could be filtering through....... Dutch's edible undies?

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    Dutch,

    This post takes care of the blackmail video. I won't post it now.

    I will however hold on to the video until I get my underquilt. I'll take steak and potatoes.


    Edit: I don't know what is scarrier, this post or the fact that he has a Mr T doll.
    Last edited by Iafte; 02-01-2009 at 09:42. Reason: Mr T??!?
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    Edible velcro is just fruit rollup that you have to peel apart and lick every time. Not too bad if the powdered gravy don't stick to it.
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    You should link up with these guys. http://www.ediblegear.com/

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    I imagine a host of furry, hungry onlookers following you very closely.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thorwren View Post
    I imagine a host of furry, hungry onlookers following you very closely.....
    That describes half of the people at the group cookout at Mt. Rogers last Saturday!

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    wow!

    and wow! Dutch that was amazing.

    You are most definitely thinking outside the box. Get out and hike man! It sounds like you REALLY need to.

    Hilarious!

    Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Necessity is the mother of invention. The father is unknown.
    I think the father's name was "Tequila."

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    So Grizz and Dutch are on this thru-hike, and as they approach a mail-drop Dutch is positively giddy with excitement.

    "Yes" he shouts, when the postmaster hands over a rather large container. "Grizz", he says, "We'll be eating fine, soon".

    Part of what he got is replacement clothing, so he sneaks into the bushes behind the Post Office and changes.

    On the way out of town he keeps telling Grizz, "Man this is going to be good!" In time Grizz asks why this package was so special, and Dutch relates that he can finally try out this new system he invented, of edible hiking wear and pack gear. Grizz is some taken aback, but Dutch is a clever fellow, so he bides his time.

    Come dinner time Dutch starts to peel off his new gear and Grizz asks "Ah, Dutch, what were you thinking we'd have tonight for dinner?".

    "Something special!" says Dutch, "Shorts-bread!"

    Grizz, recalling survival training from years ago, decides to forage for roots and berries.



    <grin>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    So I started by trying to quilt together a couple pairs of my edible underwear.

    Trying to get differential baffles out of tiny panties was impossible.
    These two sentences are a worry
    Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.
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