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Old 08-10-2009, 09:21 AM   #127
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Souvenirs Available!

I've given some thought on the best way to get some cool tshirts and other stuff made up for our rally.

After some calculations, it became apparent that the least risky way was to go with a "third part provider". Unfortunately, it's not the cheapest. But, the selection looks good.

Please note that there is no "markup" on these items. I am not making a profit here!

Anyways, your invited to take a look at the following link:

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I do have some flexability on design and products. If you would like something added, please email me.
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:36 PM   #128
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Back to the food assignments! We're gonna skip . They probably eat just like the southerners?

So Jason and Andrea will be assigned to represent Belgian Congo! Seems this country was undergoing quite an era during the rally. Maybe Pee Wee has some stories to shed?

More to come!
Jason is in Mexico City this week, so while he gets to tour the Pyramid of the Sun I have been reading recipes.

I think we're leaning toward a peanut soup served over rice.
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Old 08-10-2009, 03:59 PM   #129
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Please note that I have added some kids shirts!
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Old 08-11-2009, 11:00 AM   #130
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I ordered a few shirts today. They should be here in a couple weeks

I also got a message that if I refer a friend, they will get a coupon for $5 of their first order. If anyone is interested, just send me a PM with your email address.
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Old 08-17-2009, 07:11 AM   #131
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Sadza!

To sadza or not to sadza? Now that's a good question. I've been scouring the internet looking for recipes that represent food indiginous to Southern Rhodesia. Many of the recipes have a European influence. But I finally found a side dish that just might fit be the ticket!

SADZA. I don't know how to pronounce it - I'll work on that. Sadza is made from meal (cornmeal I suppose?) and is sometimes eaten as many as three times a day. I can be served in a variety of ways - plain, with relish or with meat. I liken it to poi (sp?) which is used widely in Hawaii' although sadza is cooked to a much thicker consistency.

So the hunt for Southern Rhodesia recipes continues but you may end up eating sadza as a side dish. Now we just have to work on the relish.

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To sadza or not to sadza? Now that's a good question. I've been scouring the internet looking for recipes that represent food indiginous to Southern Rhodesia. Many of the recipes have a European influence. But I finally found a side dish that just might fit be the ticket!

SADZA. I don't know how to pronounce it - I'll work on that. Sadza is made from meal (cornmeal I suppose?) and is sometimes eaten as many as three times a day. I can be served in a variety of ways - plain, with relish or with meat. I liken it to poi (sp?) which is used widely in Hawaii' although sadza is cooked to a much thicker consistency.

So the hunt for Southern Rhodesia recipes continues but you may end up eating sadza as a side dish. Now we just have to work on the relish.

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It is possible that sadza is the same as meele mush.
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Old 08-17-2009, 09:36 AM   #133
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OK Folks,

I rec'd a couple of calls and emails regarding the sunset tour. I'm trying to get a count on availability, and will post it as soon as I get it.

If you are planning on coming, please do me a favor and let me know! Even if you can't pay right now, I need to plan!

I've ran events with ober a thousand people before. I know to expect registrations at the begining and at the end. Thats just the normal way.

Well, we are at the end! PLEASE contact me! Myself and the rest of the rally participants would love to know your coming!

Finally, I'm on vacation this week. I'll be camping at Hocking Hills, so my internet access will be limited.

Please email me at dbihary@hotmail.com

Thanks!

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Old 08-17-2009, 03:01 PM   #134
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As of this afternoon, about 23 spots remain for the optional sunset tour.

My firm cutoff registration date will be September 8th

Thanks!
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Old 08-17-2009, 05:35 PM   #135
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Just a heads up we have a change in plans can't make it.

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Old 08-17-2009, 05:52 PM   #136
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pancakes?

I'm not a gourmet cook, however my sister gave me about a GALLON of real maple syrup from Burton Ohio. How about if I make pancakes with real butter and real maple syrup?

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Lorrie and I are thinking of coming (not officially signed up yet), but are not cooks, so actually the exotic dish thing is a real negative for us. Would it be a deal breaker to just come with a normal dish to pass?

As for the Sunset Tour, it sounds like fun, but is probably too pricey for us.
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Old 08-17-2009, 10:33 PM   #138
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Lorrie and I are thinking of coming (not officially signed up yet), but are not cooks, so actually the exotic dish thing is a real negative for us. Would it be a deal breaker to just come with a normal dish to pass?

As for the Sunset Tour, it sounds like fun, but is probably too pricey for us.
It's Dan's event to manage but - I've never met a camper that would turn down any decent food when offered...
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I'm not making anything exotic, unless cheesy potato casserole is considered exotic. Come on down and join us.
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Parker is ready for the Wilds!

We got our shirts. Here's Parker modeling. Note the stylish background, too

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