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    A future job for Mags. They are even overnighting.
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    Now that's awesome. Maybe end up the day by soaking in a hotspring flowing into the river would be the only thing I could add (w/o being deleted).

    I hope they lash those coolers down well. Heck, they better lash the cook down as well. It'd suck if you lost either of them in the rapids.

    (Do they get serenaded with banjos?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alligator View Post
    A future job for Mags. They are even overnighting.
    Mags already does this. Getting paid for it is a different story, though.
    "Throw a loaf of bread and a pound of tea in an old sack and jump over the back fence." John Muir on expedition planning

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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by garlic08 View Post
    Mags already does this. Getting paid for it is a different story, though.

    Yeah..if I was paid for my culinary skills while on hiking and esp hut trips, that would be quite nice...

    My favorite culinary and outdoors combined photo:




    That's 10 lbs of marinated pork roast I packed in (on skis!) along with spinach with dried salami, olives and garlic served with herb roasted potatoes,carrots and onions.

    My pack was quite heavy...but my friend's 40th b-day was memorable!

    Or if you a breakfast kind of person, here's some stuffed French toast with a homemade raspberry syrup:

    Last edited by Mags; 04-24-2010 at 12:35.
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