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Old 06-12-2008, 05:33 AM
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Yup, 1 gallon of water per person per day is what we do.

Chili, that seems like a South of the Boulder day.

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I will bring some elk steaks and elk burger for the meat night, tamales for the SOB night and garlic bread for the Italian night.
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Speaking of potlucks, probably doing dutch oven meals for those. Any idea if charcoal fires are kosher or not? I will have a fire pan under the oven, but are there fire restrictions out there? I hear there's a drought going on in California.
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Speaking of potlucks, probably doing dutch oven meals for those. Any idea if charcoal fires are kosher or not? I will have a fire pan under the oven, but are there fire restrictions out there? I hear there's a drought going on in California.
I have asked. Charcoal is considered an open fire and requires a permit. Rubicon Springs is privately owned so permission from the caretaker is required. No idea if fire ban is on or not at this time. There is a ranger station near Ice House Resort where permits can be obtained. I was considering doing a choice Rib Roast for meat night. Not sure if it's worth the hassle now.
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I have asked. Charcoal is considered an open fire and requires a permit. Rubicon Springs is privately owned so permission from the caretaker is required. No idea if fire ban is on or not at this time. There is a ranger station near Ice House Resort where permits can be obtained. I was considering doing a choice Rib Roast for meat night. Not sure if it's worth the hassle now.
Hmmm, interesting. If it's gonna be a PITA, dragging the dutch oven and the charcoal starter might not be worth the trouble. We were planning on dutch oven meals for meat night, South of Boulder night and probably Italian night.
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Hmmm, interesting. If it's gonna be a PITA, dragging the dutch oven and the charcoal starter might not be worth the trouble. We were planning on dutch oven meals for meat night, South of Boulder night and probably Italian night.
I was too but I think I'll do crock pot instead.
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I was too but I think I'll do crock pot instead.
Makes sense, but not equipped for that sort of thing. Guess we'll have to get that permit. Crossing fingers that there's no fire ban. Oh, man, we're not gonna be there in time to get a permit I bet. Gawd I hate Kalifornia. Who needs a permit for friggin' dutch oven cooking?
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Makes sense, but not equipped for that sort of thing. Guess we'll have to get that permit. Crossing fingers that there's no fire ban. Oh, man, we're not gonna be there in time to get a permit I bet. Gawd I hate Kalifornia. Who needs a permit for friggin' dutch oven cooking?

I hear you sir! And for others reading this thread also remember Kali rules make it a felony to carry a firearm in your vehicle if it is accessible at all by the driver or passenger while driving! Concealed carry rules from other states are worthless too in the Republic of Kalifruity! Hijack over.
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I hear you sir! And for others reading this thread also remember Kali rules make it a felony to carry a firearm in your vehicle if it is accessible at all by the driver or passenger while driving! Concealed carry rules from other states are worthless too in the Republic of Kalifruity! Hijack over.
The weapon must also be stowed separate from the ammunition.
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I will get the scoop on fire permits and pick our group one up if there are no restrictions. We will be going through Georgetown Tuesday on our way to Robb's .
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