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  • What do you bring to the lake/Ocean? It will be great to get more ideas from all of you? I normally bring a grill for the beach or my boat grill and maybe we will do the Norm Hotdogs Hamburgers! For cold foods i will bring cold subs, beer, water, chips , nuts..

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    Reynolds 21 Catamaran #38
    Pennsylvania, PA.
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  • rum
  • Beer

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    Rob
    OKC
    Pile of Nacra parts..
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  • Beer, good German beer. It comes in 500ml cans,(several will fit in the tramp pocket), & really, beer encompasses 3 out of 4 food groups on the Healthy Eating Guidelines, published by Health Canada, what more would be required?

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    Hobie 18 Magnum
    Dart 15
    Mystere 6.0XL Sold Was a handful solo
    Nacra 5.7
    Nacra 5.0
    Bombardier Invitation (Now officially DEAD)
    Various other Dock cluttering WaterCrap
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  • I forgot OREOS!

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    Reynolds 21 Catamaran #38
    Pennsylvania, PA.
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  • 1 bag "baconette hot and spicy" pork skins...1 gazillion beers...

    if camping, i huge azz bag of cheesy puffs...you can use them as torches/firewood if needed...works as baitfish bait...burns smooth...



    Edited by coastrat on Oct 10, 2012 - 04:44 PM.

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    bill harris
    hattiesburg, mississippi
    prindle 16- "BLUE RIBBON"
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  • Capt. Coastrat, how could you forget Rose's Bar-B-Q: yardbird, sometimes ribs. I'm talkin bout Bar-Ba-Que man banana !

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    Hank, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, P16 - "Sideways"
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  • Tuna kits, Cheetos and Diet Coke!
    The breakfast of champions!
  • Liquid bread.

    Usually something light so I can drink all day without getting plastered.

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    Uwe
    94 Prindle 19 - "überKat"
    DFW, TX
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  • I like that Liquid Bread, funny but on a State Park Lake we have to hide things! just saying. :)

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    Reynolds 21 Catamaran #38
    Pennsylvania, PA.
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  • if you are extremely careful and steady handed.. you can transfer the rum from the glass bottle it comes in, and disguise it by pouring it into a gator aid bottle (shhhhhhhh)
  • Are you able to make that pour on the wire? That would be the mark of a great skipper.

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    Pete Knapp
    Schodack landing,NY
    AHPC Viper,Nacra I20,P18, P16,H16
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