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Old 07-27-2008, 07:02 PM   #1
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More summer fun Ren fest and camping stuff

We just got back from a fun filled weekend of camping, and going to the Renaissance festival. We had a chance to try out some of the new comp/camping items we purchased from CabalesÖI had to rough it I didnít have much time to pack and didnít feel like struggling with the OTGÖso I had to improvise a charcoal grill.
Diva we used the jiffy pop you brought the boys at Franklin. All in all a great weekend.

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So what was in the big sling shots and what was on the other end. Looked like a blast for the whole family.
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So what was in the big sling shots and what was on the other end. Looked like a blast for the whole family.
It was a "rat splat"....bean bags shapped like rats..you aimed at targets....everyone had a blast...except the rats
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I could tell by the pics of all that good looking food that you were really roughing it.

Looked like you had a great time Dave.
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Excellent pictures Dave, thanks for sharing! Tell everybody I said hello! Was that "Jiffy Pop" popcorn or something you rigged up?
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Old 07-27-2008, 08:49 PM   #6
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Jiffy Pop the kids love the old school method...and Diva was nice enough to bring them some at Franklin..we never had time to do it there...so it went with us on this trip...
Man I'm beat...it's nice country that way
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Its lovely to see the pics and your family all together again. Really great to see you "roughing" it.

Looking forward to seeing the boys in a couple of weeks again. I'll have to figure out what else I can bring them they are adorable and two of the most polite young gentlemen i have ever met.
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That looked like an awesome time with the family. I love to do stuff like that!!!!
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When my kids were younger we did alot of camping and fishing as a family and loved every minute of it. Glad you share your family trips with us. By the way one of the best steaks I ever had was cooked on a setup like you had there.
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Looks like yall had a nice time. & the jiffy pop I aint seen that in years, Cool
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