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Old 10-05-2013, 11:23 PM   #14081
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:44 AM   #14082
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Old 10-06-2013, 10:00 AM   #14083
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Hi, Phrogs.

Been out of the loop for about 10 days...in a state park campground at Lake Somerville, Texas, with no Wi-Fi connection. I Kerrville today, for the next 8 nights.

We used the oven in the Windjammer for the first time this trip. Worked OK, but seemed like it took a long time to ignite the pilot. Is that common? Also, lasagna cooked OK, but got a little too done on the bottom, where it sits right on the burner. Anybody ever have this problem, and what did you do? I thought perhaps a cookie rack - like you use to cool cookies after they come out of the oven - placed over the bottom of the oven. It would lift the baking pan/dish up about 1/2 inch, and should prevent the bottom from burning.

RVChick, I know you use your oven a lot. What do you do to prevent the bottom of the food from burning?

Thanks, folks.

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Hey Capt'n! I line the outside of my pans with aluminum foil! No burns! I made biscuits in mine yesterday and they were perfect!
The pilot does sometimes take a while to ignite, especially if you haven't used it lately!
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Old 10-06-2013, 10:05 AM   #14084
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Morning pond dwellers! Yesterday Kenny bought me my first bow! I always wanted one! It's a Recurve bow, and I have purple arrows! I can't wait to go out and play with it today!
Had to turn in the furnace this morning! Got the little fireplace going too! So cozy in here!
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Old 10-06-2013, 11:38 AM   #14085
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Rvc congrats on the new bow!
I'm getting mine out today for a few practice shots and make sure all is well.

Got some more wood dumped on me so today I'm working on that.

Oh btw please please never pound nails into tree's, not only can it shorten the life of a tree but the unsuspecting arborist may not like it much when his $40.00 + chain hits it or worse the chain breaks and goes through his leg.......

Amazingly I found this one in the center of a 32" maple while splitting it not cutting it.




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Also found this in the middle of a log that I did hit.





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Horrible thing is, this little clothes line wire killed this tree.
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Also found this in the middle of a log that I did hit. Horrible thing is, this little clothes line wire killed this tree.
And you're just going to burn it. Something has to make it firewood.
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And you're just going to burn it. Something has to make it firewood.
Only cause the tree died .......



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Must be a lot of dead trees from clotheslines with all the wood Ms. Amy has cut & split.
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