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Old 07-25-2007, 04:43 PM   #253
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[quote=SilverCabin]I'll pass on the TOFU roast.[/quote


Succulent slices of rare soy bean curd lightly roasted over oaken fire logs with hickory smoke...I can almost smell it.
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Old 07-25-2007, 04:49 PM   #254
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Old 07-26-2007, 12:31 PM   #255
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[Succulent slices of rare soy bean curd lightly roasted over oaken fire logs with hickory smoke...I can almost smell it.
Yum....
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Old 07-26-2007, 03:16 PM   #256
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The floor is finally in!!!!

The Marmoleum floor is finally in the rolling espresso machine. Cabinets are going in this weekend. Soon it will be time to hit the road and get back to some serious (or in my case humorous) camping. At least for this season! Next season's fun will be glass, counters, and lighting; but in the mean time there is camping, fly fishing, canoeing, and Falluminum in the GA Mountains.

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Old 07-26-2007, 03:23 PM   #257
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Will the expresso machine be operational? You could be the rally's Starbucks Airbucks

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Old 07-26-2007, 03:51 PM   #258
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Will the expresso machine be operational? You could be the rally's Starbucks Airbucks
Hey Randy:

The machine will be on and hot in the AM but no Starbucks here... I like Airbucks better. I will be serving my own espresso blend and possibly some free trade single origin coffee as well. We will be there Thursday and are in space 82 on the water below Desidou in her cool Bambi CCD. Stop by and say hey...
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Old 07-26-2007, 04:08 PM   #259
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We'll be there by Friday, maybe sooner. I'll be looking forward to visiting Airbucks

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Old 07-26-2007, 05:35 PM   #260
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I like the coffee klatch in the early Sat morn. What say we all meet somewhere about 9 ish?? But coffee for the early risers at say 8??
Then we can plan a few things to get the day rolling. No covered pavillion on this side so we can meet at a central point tbd. We can pick the best area for the evening get together.
Tour of homes after noon.
Anyone that has cyclo, its always nice to have a demo. On my trailer that is
I will look for anyone who would like to donate gift ideas for the raffle. Last time this was terrific.
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Man I'm getting a little worried about all this talk about tofu and expresso, where will the meat eaters and leaded coffee drinkers be gathering? Just kidding I did taste tofu, once, and expresso can give you a good kick. I especially love Cuban expresso in a small cup with heavy cream.

I am just about finished putting the bottom belly and banna wrap, of my rear bathroom floor replacement. Hopefully next weekend I'll start the pex piping project then on to new wiring in the rear. Sometime, with the previous owner, the wires to the sensors in the holding tanks melted, not a good sign. I saw where the dummy had wrapped a pc. of aluminum foil around a fuse, that was most likely when the problem begin. I'm replacing the inverter and fuse panel anyway so hopefully that should solve the problem. We are so looking forward to the Falluminum, we're hoping we can get everthing completed by them.
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Old 07-28-2007, 07:39 PM   #262
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I am just about finished putting the bottom belly and banna wrap, of my rear bathroom floor replacement. Hopefully next weekend I'll start the pex piping project then on to new wiring in the rear. Sometime, with the previous owner, the wires to the sensors in the holding tanks melted, not a good sign. I saw where the dummy had wrapped a pc. of aluminum foil around a fuse, that was most likely when the problem begin. I'm replacing the inverter and fuse panel anyway so hopefully that should solve the problem. We are so looking forward to the Falluminum, we're hoping we can get everthing completed by them.
But where are the pictures? We love pics!
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Man I'm getting a little worried about all this talk about tofu and expresso, where will the meat eaters and leaded coffee drinkers be gathering? Just kidding I did taste tofu, once, and expresso can give you a good kick. I especially love Cuban expresso in a small cup with heavy cream.

I am just about finished putting the bottom belly and banna wrap, of my rear bathroom floor replacement. Hopefully next weekend I'll start the pex piping project then on to new wiring in the rear. Sometime, with the previous owner, the wires to the sensors in the holding tanks melted, not a good sign. I saw where the dummy had wrapped a pc. of aluminum foil around a fuse, that was most likely when the problem begin. I'm replacing the inverter and fuse panel anyway so hopefully that should solve the problem. We are so looking forward to the Falluminum, we're hoping we can get everthing completed by them.
I didnt do it!!!!! and for once i can say that and mean it!!!!!

PS dont worry about what we'll be eating too much...remember theres a bunch of us "skis" going there too.
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Succulent slices of rare soy bean curd lightly roasted over oaken fire logs with hickory smoke...I can almost smell it.
Alan, looks like you and I are the only ones interested in meat alternatives. Hmmm, I'll see what Bar-B-Q soy type dish I can come up with. Big John, I promise we won't make you eat it. I've never known this group to be without a wide variety of vast quantities of food. You won't go away hungry.

I'll take my espresso leaded too, please.
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I hear you Sugarfoot, I should be eating more healthy with all the health problems I have. I do eat as many organic foods as possible but not always. The problem I have is, I travel for work about every week and it's a real problem to eat the way I should. At any rate I was having fun with you guys. I will take pictures when I return on Friday. And by the previous owner it wasn't Camperski. Look into my eyes and count to 10.

Hope everyone has a great week ahead.

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Wow! So much activity while we were out camping!

We actually attended our 2nd GA Unit Rally at the Top of GA. We have 2 kids (13 & 15) who are still trying to figure out the life at the TOG. We did have a good time. They had activities planned for kids 12 and under. There were about 8 kids and grandkids in that category. They all had a good time. There were 4 teenagers who found their own mix of trailer time and competition with the adults in activities...including endless card games.

The cost was reasonable ($7 a night with water, electric, sewer, TV, and wi-fi) and the Rally Fees were nominal...paying for breakfast and 1 BBQ Lunch. My 15 year old provided a campfire...something they don't have very often.

We would be interested in a more "progressive" NGA Unit, with virtual meetings and informal planning by post. I don't think there are any rules which prevent WBCCI Units from hold "Buddy Rallies" every rally...but it might not be the same.

Might be more interesting if a few WBCCI members from this group attend a few rallies at the Top. You can attend even if you are a MAL or a member of another unit. My son wore a WDCU shirt to the BBQ on Saturday, and they still served him.

While we were in North GA, I drove up to see the GA Mountain Fairgrounds. Wow! Beautiful CG. Can't wait to meet everyone in October.

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