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Old 05-06-2012, 01:38 AM   #141
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Avoided it? The potato/mac salad had some SPAM for accent and I put a small plate of SPAM chunks in front of the salad in case anyone (Neil?) needed more.

Since many people don't consider it meat, it is suitable for anyone needing an extra dose of fat & salt.
Oops... I think I put my foot in my mouth... Sorry.
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Old 05-06-2012, 11:13 AM   #142
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Ok, that must have been the wonderful mac&cheese I got a bite of... I LOVE mac&cheese... and Spam... I'd brought a can of Spam and forgot about it until I was clearing out the DIR cupboards .... maybe next time... and I still have to try making Doorgunners Hawaiian sandwiches.. Scott, it's two camps on the Spam issue... in this house, Don's in one and I'm in the other... like haiving different religeons.. we work on it. hugs to all, gail
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Old 05-06-2012, 06:24 PM   #143
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When I lived on the coast, I felt the same about escaping the fog to sweat for a few days! I used to go to Sugarloaf Ridge State Park mid-week during the summer....and, I had the place to myself.

Now, when the Sacramento Valley heats up, I head to Bodega Bay to enjoy the natural air conditioning for a few days....in addition to ~10 days every year at Lassen Volcanic National Park, usually in August.

I recall arriving at Jackson for our annual rally TWICE, where we had the AC running the first day; then watched folks driving home on Sunday under rainy skies. You just never know what you might get there in October...
Hi, do you camp at Dolan Beach? We looked at it, haven't camped there yet. Looks neat, you're really out there at the edge of Bodega Bay.

"People in their right minds" well I guess if the shoe fits. . .

The weather has been so lovely here, 70's for multiple days = summer. Had a half an inch of rain last Thursday, but old Sol is smiling today. The fog hasn't arrived yet, so the weather is perfect.

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p.s. on our way to Tucson, going to parking lot camp at the LazyDays there (formerly Beaudry) for a few days before daughter number one gets hitched. Not sure where we'll camp on the way back. Suggestions halfway between Tucson and coastal NorCal? Emma Wood State Beach in Ventura was really a cool place to boondock as we went south and east last trip. It's a definite possible.
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i drug the drainpipe to Dolans Beach last week in January this year. We were there competing in a kayak crab derby. It's a very nice county park. The reservation online worked great and the Rangers there were very professional.
It can get windy out on the end of the peninsula, we camped just to the inland side of the Coasties station.
No one in their right mind would camp there.
I'ld post some pics but this website wants more money from me to do so.
Spam it the best kept secret on the planet.
No one in their right mind would eat it.
The dungies we pulled out at Dolans were the best crabs I've ever eaten, steamed for 20 minutes in a pot -1/3 seven up, 1/3 sea water, 1/3 vinegar.
No one in their right mind would eat fresh crab.
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Old 05-07-2012, 12:42 AM   #145
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?....... Scott, it's two camps on the Spam issue... in this house, Don's in one and I'm in the other... like haiving different religeons.. we work on it. hugs to all, gail
Gail,
I spent the first 17 years of my life on Oahu and never developed a tast for 'Hawaiian steak', so I don't think it's going to happen now....
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Gail,
I spent the first 17 years of my life on Oahu and never developed a tast for 'Hawaiian steak', so I don't think it's going to happen now....
When I go to Kauai I don't eat "Hawaiian steak" at all. Come to think of it, I also don't eat it on the mainland unless I offer it as a novelty...

If we get moved up from the Jackson wait list I promise to not bring SPAM, but something more bettah.
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:00 AM   #147
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When I go to Kauai I don't eat "Hawaiian steak" at all. Come to think of it, I also don't eat it on the mainland unless I offer it as a novelty...

If we get moved up from the Jackson wait list I promise to not bring SPAM, but something more bettah.
Thanks... You get any crack seed? Now dats good stuff!
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:09 PM   #148
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Ok, so for as far as anyone wanting to do a trip to the sierras. I have heard back from Dardenelle Resort. I will be posting a new thread for a rally the weekend after Memorial Day. I will have all info needed for anyone interested. For starters they do have full hook ups, but also have spots with just water, and if it gets big they have a meadow that can hold lots, dry camping. It is forest, so no concrete parking slab or grass ( except in meadow) It is a great place, has a playground for kids and a bar for big kids, a rustic store and sometimes restaurant. The river is close by and at this time of year is very good for fishing, spots of river are good for letting the kids get a bit wet. There is a nice hike up to kennedy meadows for some good flyfishing. If your liking is for the hot of the delta in September, I think Sue is gonna be the one to set up for that.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:37 PM   #149
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Ok Mrs Mod.. you have now checked out both rally threads so we fully expect you to be attending one of them soon! Be prepared to have a excess amount of fun and yes, we will eat the cookies too.

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I don't know why I offered to bring cookies. I actually really stink at making cookies. Don't know why. I'm a good baker, I just can't do cookies. I should have offered up a cake or banana bread. Also, I make a pretty mean grilled cheese sandwich.
Anyhow, I called Jackson Rancheria a few times. Nothing available. I haven't called in a week and a half or so. I'll try again tomorrow. Maybe someone there will be in the mood for a grilled cheese sandwich.
I'm patiently waiting for the link to open up for Casini next spring. Also, Globie mentioned maybe setting something up in Gold Country which I think is a fantastic idea. I peeped at Marble Quarry RV park online and it looked really nice. If we don't get in for Jackson Ranch, I think Mr. Mod and I will spend that rally weekend (also our anniversary) there.
We're going to Sequoia RV Resort in two weeks on the Kaweah River. They have a number of full hook up sites along with partial hook ups AND a mobile 'honey wagon' for those without sewer hookup. It's at a lower elevation and might be good for cooler weather.
Anyhow, I'm sure this is all good info for another thread, so I'll be going now.
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Ok, so for as far as anyone wanting to do a trip to the sierras. I have heard back from Dardenelle Resort. I will be posting a new thread for a rally the weekend after Memorial Day. I will have all info needed for anyone interested. For starters they do have full hook ups, but also have spots with just water, and if it gets big they have a meadow that can hold lots, dry camping. It is forest, so no concrete parking slab or grass ( except in meadow) It is a great place, has a playground for kids and a bar for big kids, a rustic store and sometimes restaurant. The river is close by and at this time of year is very good for fishing, spots of river are good for letting the kids get a bit wet. There is a nice hike up to kennedy meadows for some good flyfishing. If your liking is for the hot of the delta in September, I think Sue is gonna be the one to set up for that.
Ok I comprende! Very few would like to be in an Easy Bake Oven in the Delta in August. Another time perhaps. Enjoy the sierras and I'll see y'all at the Rancheria in October. I'm off to the sweat lodge! I love heat!
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Aw .. bummer .. I was all set for Sept in the Delta! We can't make the Sierra dates unfortunately so we'll see y'all at Rancheria in Oct!!
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We are popping down to Carmel Valley next weekend, before the holiday, but it gets warm there later in the year, and we need to keep cool so the indoor cat is comfortable.

A return to Bodega Bay, portobodega, is a good possibility in mid or late June. Nuttin fancy, but the ocean is there, and we have some kind of Groupon deal for somewhere in HMB to check out.
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Sue, there seemed to be lots of people interested in the delta, and some not. Wouldn't give up on your plans too fast.
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