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Old 06-01-2015, 12:58 PM   #51
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Corn.............Did you soak the cobs (less tassels) in water for an hour before BBQing...steams them!!!!!!!!!

No we try to buy the freshest so they are already wet. They end up looking pretty black when done but the inside will be perfect (I shuck them outside over the trash can with thick pot holders.)


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Old 06-01-2015, 02:41 PM   #52
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My wife and I were the same way when we started but quickly realized they have stores where we go and along the way.

Over the years a few things I have that stays in the trailer is;

1. Water Hoses about 100'
2. Sewer Hose about 50'
3. Leveling Blocks and now Anderson Levelers
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5. AC adapters 50 to 30 and 30 to 110
Since the days of roughing it out on the plains are over..there are Supermarkets and Super Walmarts around every corner.
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Old 06-01-2015, 03:39 PM   #53
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First trip of the year. Only 3rd trip made with this camper. Forgot cameras. Not going to run to Walmart just for that. Phone camera works OK just not great.
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Old 06-01-2015, 07:56 PM   #54
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(Have ya'll tried roasting them right on the grill for about 30 minutes right in the husks? They have a ton of great flavor when you do!)


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We leave on husks microwave for 8 mins cut corn above the stalk end of cob squeeze out corn starting from top. Corn comes out super clean husk hairs with no mess. Corn on cob can't be any easier.
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Last year, we forgot to bring eggs 3 times....the funny part...WE ARE EGG FARMERS !!
I don't actually laugh out very often, but this got me! Thanks for posting.
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This is not a camping one, but it fits the "oh no, I forgot" category.

My brother and I hunt local. We were going to our honey hole about 40 miles away when, almost there, my brother realized he forgot his gun at home! We still give him crap for that one. Lol!
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Your story is a little "far fetched" how do you forget beer?

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I was thinking the same thing, its the first thing that gets packed on ice so i know its cold when i get there!!!


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Btw the only way to do sweet corn is in the microwave, husk and all.
As uhduh said.

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This is not a camping one, but it fits the "oh no, I forgot" category.



My brother and I hunt local. We were going to our honey hole about 40 miles away when, almost there, my brother realized he forgot his gun at home! We still give him crap for that one. Lol!

Oh that's hilarious!

My commute to work is about 45 minutes so I make a travel mug of coffee and I can't tell you how many times I've been halfway there and remembered it on the table...back home.


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Forgot pillows. Surprised how important they are. Forgot coffee on the same trip. Those were rough mornings.
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