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RE: I want something different!

Since you are on the road travelling, why not start following the Dutch Oven groups? Learn some new dishes and methods or, start researching food festivals and visiting them? festivalnet DOUBLE DITTO!!!
magnusfide 10/15/19 07:20pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Acadia NP - rv length

I haven't camped there but have driven through many times. I wouldn't attempt it. The rules are there for a reason. Schoodic Woods is spectacular. Drawback is you are a considerable distance from the town of Bar Harbor. Double ditto. The rules are there to protect you and your rig.
magnusfide 10/14/19 06:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Glad the boys are okay. There's plenty of scary critters out there and at least Czarny knows how to climb a tree. I'm with your sister. There's plenty of crooks trying to cheat people out of their homes. Sounds like Short and Tall are great friends. Prayers for recovery from the creeping nasty crud.
magnusfide 10/14/19 06:28pm RV Pet Stop
RE: The "Goodbye Room"

I’m sorry for your loss. I’m tearing up at the beautiful room description too. Our 15yo old Irish terrier made his last trip in June. They didn’t have a Goodbye room but it was nevertheless a gentle experience.
magnusfide 10/07/19 06:22pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Well if you have the money they will build it

I like that MAN 8x8. It looks like it will last for a long time and make a great full time home.
magnusfide 10/01/19 08:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Going to a DOG

Don't forget your lid lifters. I have 4 and always take 3 with me to DOGs. Keep an eye out for charcoal sales. I stock up so I have plenty to take with me. Everyone has a favorite brand but Kingsford Original is the one I see used most often at DOGs. A good place to get spare ladles, spatulas and other utensils is at one of those dollar type stores. Yard sales and thrift stores are two other good sources. Cheap utensils can be sturdy and won't affect your cooking. Plus they are cheap enough that they aren't a huge loss if they do get lost which sometimes happens. Metal plates or enameled metal plates can handle drops, heat and other aspects of camp cooking without breaking. After putting up with broken plates and melted melamine for a number of trips I finally bought a set of Ozark Trail enamelware dishes on sale at Walmart (link). It doesn't chip on the edges like the old speckleware did.
magnusfide 10/01/19 08:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: New Buddy: "Augie"

Sorry to hear about Jimmy. He sounds like a great mentor for the others. I'm glad you have another to continue your fur family.
magnusfide 10/01/19 07:33pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

I'm sorry to hear that WLToo is sick. Hope he's feeling better. I understand the ear thing. Not fun. Neither is drought. The late heatwave resembles one that I remember from about 30 years ago. We're finally getting some relief but it hasn't been fun this September.
magnusfide 10/01/19 07:26pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

I’m sorry to hear about the fawn. I’m glad you’re keeping the boys away from the predators. So there’s a Spotacus doppelgänger? Hmmmmmmmmm:C
magnusfide 09/26/19 07:20pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Going to a DOG

Soap is not recommended for cleaning cast iron as it destroys the seasoning. Cast iron chainmail scrubbers work well to loosen stubborn residues and don't damage the pan. I've had one for 7 years and I still haven't worn it out. Chainmail scrubbers
magnusfide 09/20/19 06:41pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Going to a DOG

When going to Dutch Oven Gatherings we've found the following tips helpful: -Tag your pots. Most dutch ovens look alike. Attach metal tags with your last name, initials or whatever so that your pot doesn't accidentally take a ride with another Cast Iron Chef. Metal tags can be found here or you can make your own with supplies and stamps ordered online. Sometimes the local hardware will have the metal tags too. -Nylon pot bags or milk crates. No matter how you wipe them down these pots can still be dirty. Separate them from your nice stuff that you don't want smudged up. Put your name on the bags/crates. -Utensils. Again, put your name on them. Keep them organized with your other equipment. -Zipper bags are lightweight and great for holding that secret spice blend already mixed. By prepping it ahead of time you won't have to carry all those spice bottles.
magnusfide 09/19/19 12:29pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Most likely the Katfu Boys can smell your nephew's cat on him and avoid him like the plague because of it. Happy trails to you. Until we meet again.
magnusfide 09/16/19 03:40pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

I'm sorry for the loss of your friend. It's never easy when we lose them. The Spotacus in our family has grown into a talker. He's also a comedian. He'll jump onto your feet and try to ride them. Then he runs up and gooses the older female cat to make her run. Too funny. Happy trails as you travel to your friends for the memorial.
magnusfide 09/12/19 04:38pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

My condolences to your buddy and family. The C word isn’t popular with us either. I’m glad your mom chose AC. I hear it was hovering aroun 100’ these past few days.
magnusfide 09/10/19 03:46pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Recommendations for RV Park near Helen,GA

One good option near Helen GA is Don Carter State Park. It’s about 20 miles away but it is a nice park and relatively new. Long & level sites. I did a short review at Don Carter Review Important to note: Don Carter is approximately 40-45 minutes minimum drive time from Helen. Construction traffic on US 129 has made it longer. Unicoi State Park is less than 3 miles from Helen and takes less than 5 minutes drive time.
magnusfide 09/09/19 05:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recommendations for RV Park near Helen,GA

Another vote for Unicoi State Park. It's only a few minutes to Helen.
magnusfide 09/07/19 06:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Cast Iron Fall Recipes

It's apple season. Here are two I've made repeatedly both on the campfire and at home. Apple Cinnamon Dutch Baby Baked Stuffed Apples
magnusfide 09/03/19 06:16pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Any To Do suggestions for the Pigeon Forge area?

Definitely take US 321 south and go to Cades Cove, TN. About an hour. Beautiful. Great peek into old time mountain life. A slow drive through the cove in autumn is busy but worth it. Rainbow Falls Trail. I think the best restaurants are in Gatlinburg. For Lunch or Supper - The Cherokee Grill - Bennett's Pit BBQ For Breakfast - Log Cabin Pancake House Pigeon Forge also has an excellent place called The Old Mill Restaurant. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
magnusfide 09/02/19 03:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

I see a lot of assisted living, memory care and independent living places going up. Supply and demand.
magnusfide 08/29/19 11:33am RV Pet Stop
RE: Monthly Texas DOGs

Do you need to sign up for it or how does that work? I like DO cooking. Contact the person listed for each gathering and they can tell you what the requirements are.
magnusfide 08/28/19 09:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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