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RE: Ham, Lamb, or Something Else?

Made a meal out of everything sale priced before Easter. Ham was .89 lb.
hokeypokey 04/17/17 06:00am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Has anyone rated Walmart parking lot experiences?

Last year we visited with a fellow rv'er and wife who had been traveling for 4 months and never paid for even one night of camping. Travel trailer about 24 ft long. They went Walmart to Walmart, most of the time. :(
hokeypokey 04/12/17 09:27pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Grow veggies, etc., ANYWHERE....

Did this one year. Plants grew, although not better than in soil. Rabbits were continually making nests in the straw so I fought them too. One year of it was enough for me, but it may have its place if you have no soil.
hokeypokey 03/25/17 08:25pm Around the Campfire
RE: Pancake in a Can

World Market
hokeypokey 03/16/17 07:27pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Pantry recipes using canned chicken or salmon?

Make 2 boxes of macaroni and cheese. Add 1 lb browned hamburger and onions. Done. I buy 10 lbs of good ground round and brown it with onion, seasonings. Drain and when cool, package in freezer bags. Makes cooking sooooo much easier!
hokeypokey 03/07/17 06:41pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: AARP

The magazine has good info, sometimes. I've found our local AARP office is pretty worthless when I've called with questions that I feel they should be able to answer. I was disappointed they didn't offer to look into it and get back to me. Makes me wonder why they get a salary?
hokeypokey 03/07/17 08:06am Around the Campfire
RE: haircut

Good friends have been through it. Hair grows again, more beautiful than before. Some get body, some get texture, some get a color they like better. Most of all, We're praying for healing!
hokeypokey 02/18/17 02:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Baking muffins in rv oven for the first time...gasp!

I use my round cast iron griddle under store bought pizza. Made difference
hokeypokey 02/17/17 11:18am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Getting medicine while FT

We order mess by mail and when I place the 90 day supply, I have the option to change the address, so easy as pie. No problems.
hokeypokey 02/09/17 06:41pm Full-time RVing
RE: Full timer mail

Grandson monitors our mail, pays our bills, taxes, etc. No problems, he's a Gem !
hokeypokey 02/09/17 06:37pm Full-time RVing
RE: Anyone else not full timing because of the grand kids?

In the past 3 years our 2 children have joined the joyful ranks of Grandparents, so it's not ultra important if we are close at hand all the time. It's time to step aside and let them attend to the "details", and we can relax. At least that's how we see it. Someone made the remark that Great Grandparents are "excess baggage" but I wouldn't go that far. I'm just thankful our kids step up to the plate.
hokeypokey 02/09/17 06:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pimento Cheese Spread, recipe please

Local grocery store deli case. Hmmm, you buy, I make.
hokeypokey 01/31/17 06:16pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Pimento Cheese Spread, recipe please

Share your recipe please.
hokeypokey 01/31/17 01:19pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: UPS/USPS collaberation

My rural mailbox is one tenth of a mile from the house. The only time the postal delivery person comes to my door is if there is a package too large for the box. Sometimes, if the weather is nice, the carrier just props the package between the boxes. UPS and FedEx will always bring the package to my door, no matter what size it is. In this particular instance, the package weighed about a pound, and was about 4.25 inches square and about 7.25 inches long. It fit in the mailbox. Yes, it arrived in the mail yesterday. Unless things have changed, your mail is for USPS deliveries only. UPS and FedX are not to use those boxes.
hokeypokey 01/30/17 07:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: UPS/USPS collaberation

This collaboration between UPS and USPS has been going on for at least two years - I believe they call it Smartpost. UPS delivers to the nearest USPS and they deliver it to your home. It's less expensive since the Brown Truck doesn't have to go into all the neighborhoods. It only takes one day longer unless they delivered it to the post office on a Saturday. That is the problem. I do not get home mail delivery in my town. Everything goes to your PO box, and you must go to the PO building to get your mail. The USPS will not put the mail in your box unless it has the box number (postal regulations), even though this is a small town and the postal workers all know everybody. UPS will not accept a PO box number in the address, so we must 'hide' the box number in the street address. It is a big mess. Your postal worker might not put it in your mail box, but our guy does. Maybe he's not supposed to, but he does.
hokeypokey 01/30/17 07:03pm Around the Campfire
RE: Travis trailer vs 5 th wheel

26 foot trav trailer and we like to spend no less than a week (preferably 1month) before moving. We try to keep it simple with no "do-dads" but it's still work to hook up and get on the road. Years ago, we spent a month and a half in an A frame and it was simple set up in less than a couple of minutes and we moved almost every day. Those were the days !
hokeypokey 01/27/17 08:01pm Travel Trailers
Do you use a Butter Bell ?

Want to get a butter bell. Tremain seems to be "the brand" to get? What do you have? Some say butter will keep for a month, some say 5 days. All work on same principal, so why the difference? Thanks for owner input.
hokeypokey 01/21/17 06:47am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Places we should all visit.

Fredericksburg TX (LBJ home and Nimitz Musuem) Hoover Dam Mackinaw Island - MI Snoqualmie Falls - WA Acadia NP. (Blow Hole) Drive Old Hiway along Columbia River Redwoods Goliad TX (Fannin Battlefield, Courthouse tree and Bull Duram Mural) Amish Country Badlands - ND & SD Hostfest - every fall in ND Ireland and Norway Denali NP and Alaska
hokeypokey 01/21/17 06:35am Around the Campfire
RE: Dirty Silverware at a Restaurant. What would you do?

I'd most likely ask to see a shift manager, show it to them and tell him/her this is why we're not staying. Thank you very much.
hokeypokey 01/12/17 08:56am Around the Campfire
Handy shoelaces

Shoelaces can be handy for camping. I tie cupboard handles together with a leather shoelace to keep them closed while moving. I left the sensor for our indoor/outdoor thermometer at a campground when I laid it aside before leaving, we had To order a replacement. Now I use a shoelace to tie it in plain sight to the hand bar. From now on, when we ditch an old pair of shoes, I will probably wash up the laces, if they're good, and store them away for future camping uses.
hokeypokey 01/11/17 04:44pm Around the Campfire
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