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Old 08-14-2001, 08:29 AM
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Boneclave Food and Gear List Final

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BELOW ARE THE LISTS OF WHAT WE HAVE COMMITTED TO BRING

Check them out. Any problems or errors let me know

Remember to pack light, especially daytrippers who need shuttling


BONECLAVE GEAR FOR AUG. 19-21



Juro
3 long tables
tarp (quiet)
cutting board
3rd Grill

Terry
1 small grill
1 card table for 3 stoves or Grills
1 20lb Propane with tree feeding 2 stoves
1 Prop. Lantern
twine for trash + clothline and Lean Tos
Coffee Pot and Press

Roop
1 Stove

Chowda Bob
1 large cooler
1 Stove
plastic silverware
2nd Prop. lantern

Mike E.
1 fish cooler
1 awning
Spanish Mac pattern ;-)

Grego
steak tip skewers
1 small grill
1 prop. Lantern

Sully
CampCookwear

3rd Pop. Stove

Dave W.
Trash Bags/Zip Lock Food Bags
Dish Soap and scrunges

M. Doogue
paper cups/tin foil

Tim Watts
ICE!Block and Bag

B.Casey
paper plates/paper towells

Old Doogue
Duct Tape

Jim W.
Ropes
Propane Hose

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**FOOD ITEMS BEING BROUGHT (for the group dinner(s)**

***WE GOT PRETTY MUCH ENOUGH, BUT IF HERE'S SOMETHING WE'VE MISSED OR SOMETHING DEAR TO YOUR HEART, BRING IT


Nick
Ceasar Salad

Terry
Fresh Salsa
Coffee
Tortilla Chips/Sour Cream

Juro
Salmon
Crackers
Kabob Vegies??

Sully
Breakfast Brunch-yeeehaaa

Roop
Dem Cookies!

Estey's
Death by Cobbler

Chowda Bob
Chowda
Nice Cherrystones

Grego
Steak Tips (not skewered OK? So we can add the vegies on sight??)

Mike Estey
Tie Down the Tent Chili

Mike Doogue
Jim Doogue sandwich specials

B.Casey
Brownies
Steamers or Shrimp Cocktail-Yowsa!

John M.
Coffees+Presses
Fez and Cube's

Tod
Cold Noodles



Any other ideas/things needed?? Speak up.

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Old 08-14-2001, 11:24 AM
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Don't forget sluggos. :-D
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Old 08-14-2001, 12:37 PM
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Boat owners:

Although we will keep the plans scheduled to avoid nighttime shuttles, it might be a good idea to bring a spotlight to identify bouys, better yet GPS waypoints for getting to/from launches. These can easily be taken on the way out or during the day. We hope to have alternate launch options figured out ASAP.
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Needed:

- Three long ropes
- Duct tape
- Twine and stakes
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Old 08-14-2001, 01:39 PM
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Twine covered. Got a spool with hundred feet. That might cover the ropes too.
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Duct tape covered. How much and for what?????
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Duct tape covered. How much and for what?????
Just read the other post and answered my ??. Can do, will do.
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I can bring the ropes.
Do we need poles too or are there plenty of trees to tie onto?
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There are trees, although they seem a little spread out... but we should be able to work it out.

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A. Terry - thanks for all the work you've put into organizing this. I have had only a sliver of the task and greatly appreciate your efforts.

B. FYI for those who haven't thought of it yet (if any) we will of course plan on extending our traditional FFF thank you of a fly to Terry and all the others who put this together for us.

C. Rope & tarp - good idea, just in case. People should remember to bring a ground tarp + one to cover their tent - just in case.

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My Dad (OldDoogue) bailed on the trip but I have 2 rolls of duct tape that he said he would bring.

Just letting you know in case you want to lighten your load.

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SCUBA diving between fishing

I had some interest from someone last year regarding doing a little scuba diving.
Anyone interested let me know
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Mike and I have the gear and can bring it. Is there much to be going after in the area - flounder/fluke, crabs, lobster etc. All my diving has been up on the south shore.
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Gads, I just realized this is a thread from THREE years ago with the exception of the scuba content.
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Question gear needed?

Terry, I can bring a table, and I also have a camp stove and at least one lantern, should I bring them?
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