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Just now, Longjohn said:

So that’s where Nate went? Did you get to talk to him?

Sadly, no.  Though there was some dude playing a guitar that I though could have passed for a skinnier version of him. 

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Not only did the rain ruin any softballing, but it killed any chances for bicycle riding in the state park with some great MTB trails.  The cold even killed the fishing for G man.  It was sunny and 70 the day we arrived, 28 and snowing when we pulled out. 

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4 minutes ago, Parr8hed said:

Not only did the rain ruin any softballing, but it killed any chances for bicycle riding in the state park with some great MTB trails.  The cold even killed the fishing for G man.  It was sunny and 70 the day we arrived, 28 and snowing when we pulled out. 

But it still beat working or going to school.

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1 minute ago, Longjohn said:

But it still beat working or going to school.

A bad day camping is far better than a good day at work.

 

1 minute ago, BR46 said:

Sounds like the first part of the weekend was fantastic. 

It was all fun.  Just didn't quite turn out as planned. 

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1 minute ago, Parr8hed said:

 

It was all fun.  Just didn't quite turn out as planned. 

There's something in life you can't control. 

Wo46 and I were planning on mountain biking today in the Carolina's but noooooooo we are in Newnan Ga.

We drove our son home from the hospital last night. 

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15 minutes ago, BR46 said:

Yes 

Go look at my family get together trend. 

Hope all is OK with him.  I will go check out the thread. 

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37 minutes ago, Parr8hed said:

A bad day camping is far better than a good day at work.

 

It was all fun.  Just didn't quite turn out as planned. 

I am so glad to see you doing so much stuff with your kids. I never saw kids grow up so fast. I was looking at that picture of Emmy standing with Tara, she is almost full grown. It seems like maybe a couple years ago she was riding in the kid trailer and G-man was on the trail-a-bike. 

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1 hour ago, Razors Edge said:

Where do you put this when pulling the camper?  In the bed of the truck? That thing is big!

And what were you cooking?  We enjoy your cooking stories.

That's a 4 burner 36" griddle made by Blackstone.  The bottom supports fold up decent and go in the bed of the truck.  The big steel piece that you cook on is a PITA.  It's heavy, and greasy.  I always just put it in the bed of the truck.  I love to cook on it.  It's wonderful when we have other families come with us.  Just a PITA to transport.  We are cooking ground beef and chicken tacos there.  I'll try to dig up some more pics of cooking on it.

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2 hours ago, Razors Edge said:

Where do you put this when pulling the camper?  In the bed of the truck? That thing is big!

And what were you cooking?  We enjoy your cooking stories.

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One of our thrown together breakfasts.  Cooking everything we had left in the fridge up for breakfast.

 

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All of the bacon. 

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Chicken and steak fajitas. 

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Ribeye and garlic parm potatoes

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Chicken and steak fajitas again. 

 

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The sear side of the ribeyes and garlic taters.

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street tacos with steak (sirloin) and chicken. 

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Smash burgers.

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You can make enough pancakes to feed a softball team in a matter of minutes.

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Cutting into the ribyeye. 

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That is one serious F'ing grill! I'd like to stop just to eat please. I'll bring some beer, bourbon, and a box of wine. Must be sweet after a day ripping through trails. Hopefully next time the rain will hold off. 

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22 minutes ago, dennis said:

That is one serious F'ing grill! I'd like to stop just to eat please. I'll bring some beer, bourbon, and a box of wine. Must be sweet after a day ripping through trails. Hopefully next time the rain will hold off. 

you're welcome any time. 

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2 hours ago, Kirby said:

Glad the first part of the trip was fun, and that at least you had a nice camper for shelter later in the weekend.

It would have been a serious struggle in tents. 

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