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Old 06-25-2006, 04:36 PM   #71
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Steph, That was private information!!!
I've been known to drag people down with me


Also, I was trying to find a hand crank ice cream maker, but have had no luck so far. If anyone has one to bring, let me know, and I'll bring the fixins for Ice Cream!
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Thanks, that route looks a little less curvy. We'll take that route in and out. Next stop after Silver Falls is the Wildlife Safari, and then over to the coast for a few days before heading homeward.
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I've been known to drag people down with me


Also, I was trying to find a hand crank ice cream maker, but have had no luck so far. If anyone has one to bring, let me know, and I'll bring the fixins for Ice Cream!
Steph, I haven't seen a hand cranker since the days my sister and I had to first milk the cow, then take turns sitting on the ice cream maker (we were small and had to hold it down) while the other one cranked.
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Old 06-27-2006, 06:21 PM   #74
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Let's all potluck as well!

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Steph, That was private information!!! Now I'm committed - oh well. My pan and oven are not big enough for the entire group so hopefully others have a favorite dish to contribute, too. Should be an experience - but fun! Darol
I will potluck anytime! I will bring my dutch oven and make a dish to share! Anybody else do dutch oven cooking??? I have only been doing it a year or so, but I really like it! Do we have a dutch oven cooking thread? I better look...

Hey, if you can't find a ice cream maker, we can make "camp" ice cream with coffee cans... know that one? It is great with kids, but most of you "kids" are a bit older, huh????

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Old 06-27-2006, 06:26 PM   #75
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Tell us what to bring for 'camp ice cream', and we'll do it. I love to learn something new!

We don't have a dutch over yet, but I want to get one
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Tell us what to bring for 'camp ice cream', and we'll do it. I love to learn something new!

We don't have a dutch over yet, but I want to get one
Steph & all,

Here is the recipe I use for camp ice cream. There are quite a few variations on this theme, most Boy Scouts have seen this...

I have lots of rock salt I can bring! It makes a "soft" ice cream similar to old fashioned freezer ice cream. One "recipe" below will serve one person, or two if you want a taste.

Mrs. NorCal Bambi (traveling soon in S Tardis )

I pasted this from a word doc and I think I messed up the formatting. If it posts weird, I will resubmit...

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Camp Ice Cream
What you will need:
· 1 gallon sized freezer resealable plastic bag (avoid slide lock kind)
· 1 pint sized freezer resealable plastic bag (avoid slide lock)
· Instead of shaking the bag, try “rolling” the bag inside a large coffee can or other round device for kids to mix.

Ice cubes, crushed ice, snow… it will all work!
· 6 Tablespoons of rock salt (aka ice cream salt)
· 2 Tablespoons white granulated sugar
· 1 cup whole or 2% milk (don’t use less than 2%)
· ½ teaspoon vanilla

Fill the large bag about half full of ice. Add the rock salt. Set to the side. In the small bag, mix the sugar, milk and vanilla. Seal the small bag after you squeeze out most of the air. Make sure it is tight! Put the small bag inside the big bag. Seal tight as well. Shake the bag (with the small one in it) for 5 to 6+ minutes without stopping. Be careful vigorous shaking doesn’t break the big bag. Enjoy right away!

Variations: Add before mixing! Berry ice cream: add ½ cup slightly crushed fresh berries; Chocolate Chip: add ½ cup chocolate chips; Cookie: add 3 slightly crushed cookies. Try your own variations!

I haven't tried this is really HOT weather, might take a little more ice? But don't put in too much or it won't shake up enough. The coffee can is good for kids who can't shake the bag without breaking it open (or folks with too many beers?) you can roll it back and forth between a couple "kids".
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Brownies

We're bringing two pans of my wifes famous brownies - they are very good, but IMHO they don't live up to their name -
(They're called "Better Than Sex Brownies)
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We'll bring a large green salad and dressings for the pot luck.

We're going to stay in Salem at an RV park and go to the vintage open house on Friday. Since we'll be so close, we'll have only a short drive up to Silver Falls on Staurday.
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Airstreams, food, and sunny (cooler!) weather - - how can we go wrong??? Darol
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ready or not

We leave in the morning. We'll spend the first nite in Cottage Grove Lake. Here is a picture of 63 Bambi "S Tardis" ready for her first trip.
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Hello all!

I see our list of attendees is growing! Yippie! More the merrier! We hope to arrive this time without incident! We are going camping, we are going camping, we are going camping....

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Have a great trip everybody! One more day of work and I'm FREEEEEEEEEE, FREEEE I TELLLS YA! See y'all there!!!!!
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It was very nice to see all the 'Streams at Silver Falls today. I didn't get the handles but all were very friendly. A very odd group camping area by California standards. Room for tents AND RV's plus grass!

We hiked around a bit after stopping by and are nursing newly discovered muscle groups.

I am sure you all had fun up there!
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I just got home. We left after dinner this evening because Chester the Dalmatian was sick (he had a change in food because we ran out of his regular food and had to substitute, or he ate something he found there, or the excitement of playing with kids and dogs all day was too much for him) and I wasn't going to let him back in the trailer if there was a chance of him throwing up in it! So we decided to go home early instead.

Anyway, it was a fantastic rally - Thanks, Darol, for throwing it together. We met so many nice folks, and visited with old friends. I wish we hadn't had the dogs or we would have headed over to international - everyone who did raved about how wonderful the vintage area was. It was perfect weather, lots of visiting, great food, just a perfect weekend!
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