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Old 03-09-2012, 07:47 PM   #15
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Oh my goodness!

I think you need to come to some rallies in the States. Couple of good ones coming up.


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doug & maggie, sounds good! Guess what I'm bringing to the potluck!!
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Old 03-09-2012, 08:28 PM   #16
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Cool recipe. We'll ad this to our "Gotta Try" list.
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Nanaimo Bars are awesome with merlot
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Old 03-09-2012, 08:47 PM   #18
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Nanaimo Bars are awesome with merlot
How do they go with coffee laced with Baileys Irish Cream?
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Old 03-09-2012, 08:50 PM   #19
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I think the Nordicware package is also available at Camping World, as well as just pieces.
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Old 03-09-2012, 09:17 PM   #20
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Smiles, yes. That's another route. The Port Angeles ferry docks in Victoria. You'll have to drive the Malahat Summit though. Very pretty drive, but a bit taxing on your TV. There is a Malahat bypass ferry at Brentwood Bay (unless they shut it down). You would have to check that.
Come on Fly, I've driven the Malahat a couple of times in a Model T Ford. A modern RV should have no problem. The ferry is also a nice option. We parked in the ferry line and then had lunch in the restaurant right there on the dock while we waited for the ferry. Certainly a great way to travel north. By the way I thought it was Mill Bay but then I may be confused with another trip.

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The ferry travels from Brentwood Bay in the East to Mill Bay in the West. 40' and 8000kg GVW max. = 17500 lbs.
Restaurant in on Brentwood Bay side.
BC Ferries Schedules: Brentwood Bay - Mill Bay
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Come on Fly, I've driven the Malahat a couple of times in a Model T Ford. A modern RV should have no problem. The ferry is also a nice option. We parked in the ferry line and then had lunch in the restaurant right there on the dock while we waited for the ferry. Certainly a great way to travel north. By the way I thought it was Mill Bay but then I may be confused with another trip.

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Nanaimo Bars are awesome with merlot
Everything goes with merlot!
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Old 03-09-2012, 10:25 PM   #23
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The ferry travels from Brentwood Bay in the East to Mill Bay in the West. 40' and 8000kg GVW max. = 17500 lbs.
Restaurant in on Brentwood Bay side.
BC Ferries Schedules: Brentwood Bay - Mill Bay
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Thanks Dave, I guess I was just half confused. Here are a couple of pics.
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I think I have these labeled correctly.

The green car is a 1913 Model T Ford Speedster belonging to our friends Pat and Marg who live in Victoria and that is our 1938 Ford Cab Over Engine truck with our 1910 Model T Ford Speedster on the deck.

This tour was also the first time I saw a smart. It took a year and a half before I was able to buy one legally in the U.S. I have the second smart registered in Washington State.

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Doglady, as Cameront wrote, they can be awfully sweet. I have cut the icing sugar in the second layer down to one cup instead of two. I think the real secret is getting the custard firm enough.

Hope it works for you~!
Thank you, I will let you know how they turn out!
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Here is a link with my favourite Nanaimo Bar recipe.
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Any decent variants that don't use coconut? I'm allergic.
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What's "Vanilla Custard Powder"? Vanilla Jello Pudding mix or something else? I'm not a chocolate fan (I know!) but know plenty that are...perfect dessert for me to bring to potluck, cause I wouldn't eat any!

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Nice wheels Dan but I think the Nanaimo Bars would melt in that convertible. What year was that??

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Thanks Dave, I guess I was just half confused.

The green car is a 1913 Model T Ford Speedster belonging to our friends Pat and Marg who live in Victoria and that is our 1938 Ford Cab Over Engine truck with our 1910 Model T Ford Speedster on the deck.

This tour was also the first time I saw a smart. It took a year and a half before I was able to buy one legally in the U.S. I have the second smart registered in Washington State.

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Old 03-10-2012, 10:24 AM   #28
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Cool recipe. We'll ad this to our "Gotta Try" list.
Kevin, hope you like~!
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