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Old 01-26-2013, 09:27 AM   #31
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Our outdoor propane fireplace. Can be used during a no burn season.
A guy camping next to us one time had one, and was told he had to extinguish the flame. Their ruling during a no-burn was "no open flame". If they could see a flame it wasn't allowed. I thought it was a bit much, but the guy complied. Only saw it happen one time though.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:43 AM   #32
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Our jiffypop popcorn holder. No more bending over the fire trying to shake that thing and burning your hands or eyebrows. Its about as hard to find as the jiffypop popcorn is. Happen to come across for $5 at a state park store and snatched it up.. One of the best investments we ever made!!
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:53 AM   #33
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I know I am spoiled, but I have to have my satellite, and my tailgate grill. I just ordered parts to rebuild the burners, and a new wheel for it. This is my first spring project.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:55 AM   #34
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Got a Emerson portable ice maker for this past Christmas. Can't wait to give it a try, as others have posted, tired of daily trips to the store for ice that doesn't last long either.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:02 AM   #35
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Its about as hard to find as the jiffypop popcorn is.
I have bought jiffy pop at our local Target several times. Don't know if they carry it at all their stores. They had it in their dollar sale bins one time, as you enter the store.... and boy, did I stock up in it.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:41 PM   #36
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Thats too bad. I see you still camped in a popup last year. Take that thing back to that campground! Which campground is it?

I am changing over from a popup to a hybrid and hope that doesnt happen to me. I'm actually hoping to do some boondocking this summer.
I knew what I was in for when I got this rig. At 42', I'm limited to mostly RV Parks. We're more travelers than campers, so it works for us.

I sold the pop-up to my step bro. Hopefully we can talk him into going a one or two and crash with him! But, I'll tent it back there. My dad and I have twice yearly camping trips there that we have been doing for 25+ years. It'll actually be nice getting back to the "simplicity" of tenting.

The park is Pine Grove Furnace State Park. I've always thought it was a beautiful park and, well, the sentimental-ness of our yearly camping trip is hard to beat!
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:49 PM   #37
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I have bought jiffy pop at our local Target several times. Don't know if they carry it at all their stores. They had it in their dollar sale bins one time, as you enter the store.... and boy, did I stock up in it.

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Amazon.com: Campfire Popcorn Holder for Jiffy Pop or Similar Poppers: Kitchen & Dining
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Seen this on amazon too. We got ours about 5 years ago. It's the same one Lol. Amazon seems to have everything nowadays. I love it! Sometimes we can find the jiffy pop at our local Walmart. I definitely stocked up when we do. Usually buy enough for 3-4 months worth of camping. I have to laugh when our non-camping friends come over. They are usually like "why do you have so much jiffy pop?" If they only understood! .
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The outside kitchen and ice maker had to me the best 2 items
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