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Old 03-17-2010, 04:05 PM   #99
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Good number. Enough to put up the stuff and take it down and mostly all be under the thing at the same time more or less exceptin for those off at the music or doing dancin.

I forget what the rules were for wood fires. Anyone else remember?
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Off the ground is good...

but here's the fine print in the FAQ section:

Will we be able to cook?
Yes, but not on an open campfire. For safety reasons, no pit or wood fires are permitted, small charcoal and gas grills are allowed if they are 12 inches above the ground. You must have an ABC fire extinguisher readily available near your fire.... Any oil should be put in container. Let us know if you need us to dispose of it or take it home.

Those off-the-ground, enclosed fireplaces are fine.
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Old 03-17-2010, 04:41 PM   #101
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but here's the fine print in the FAQ section:

Will we be able to cook?
Yes, but not on an open campfire. For safety reasons, no pit or wood fires are permitted, small charcoal and gas grills are allowed if they are 12 inches above the ground. You must have an ABC fire extinguisher readily available near your fire.... Any oil should be put in container. Let us know if you need us to dispose of it or take it home.

Those off-the-ground, enclosed fireplaces are fine.
Got an alien firepit. O I L ?
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Wink Ya noticed that one, did ya?

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O I L ?
Yeah, ya know, something like, say, peanut oil.
I think they use it for making stuff like po boys, beignets, cracklins....
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Old 03-17-2010, 05:46 PM   #103
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did someone say cracklin? EMMMMMMMMMM, CRACKLIN....

speaking of pork products... How many want scapple? I will make a special trip to the Amish butcher if there is interest.
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Got an alien firepit.
You have one of these?!?
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did someone say cracklin? EMMMMMMMMMM, CRACKLIN....

speaking of pork products... How many want scapple? I will make a special trip to the Amish butcher if there is interest.
My favorite breakfast........ meat like produce... I'll even bringing the maple syrup. It is unfortunate that it doesn't survive freezing without coming apart or I'll take an extra few pounds. This is the stuff I grow up with in PA.
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You have one of these?!?
And I thought I had the only one that did that... go figure...
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Fried scrapple, fried egg, dash of hot sauce, between two pieces of Wonder bread, cut on the diagonal of course.
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Scratch pancake, melted butter, crisp scrapple, real maple syrup, two over medium eggs, stacked, course salt and black pepper. Real food for real people....
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and that is why I offer "breakfast to order"
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My favorite breakfast is bacon with a side of sausage and scrapple. Along with that should be a nice breakfast steak, two eggs and some corned beef hash. two or three bloody marys should finish that up nicely. 30 minutes after we can start lunch.
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but here's the fine print in the FAQ section:

Will we be able to cook?
Yes, but not on an open campfire. For safety reasons, no pit or wood fires are permitted, small charcoal and gas grills are allowed if they are 12 inches above the ground. You must have an ABC fire extinguisher readily available near your fire.... Any oil should be put in container. Let us know if you need us to dispose of it or take it home.

Those off-the-ground, enclosed fireplaces are fine.
Ok, this must mean that our little propane "fake fire" pit is allowed. We'll be bringing it.
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