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Best Sticks For Cooking Over Campfire?

A few years ago a friend bought us some metal telescoping sticks for cooking over a fire. They collapsed to about 8" and extended up to about 2' and they had two prongs on the end to secure your food better. No one has seen them in years and we have no idea where they went. I'm looking for good sticks to use now. Should I look into those cheap wooden ones that usually come in a S'mores kit? I found a pack of 100 sticks for about $30. Are the metal telescoping ones better? One prong? Two prongs? These would basically only be used for marshmallows and hot dogs. Perhaps kebabs later on. Any suggestions?
cm11599ps 04/27/15 02:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Best NASCAR Track By New York City?

We live on Long Island and are big NASCAR fans. Sadly, there isn't a track that's all that close that we'd be able to make it a day trip. Even the closest track to us would require at least an overnight stay. We've never been to a race but we want to finally hit one in 2015. What track would you recommend for us as first timers? We are probably NOT looking to camp but it is an option for us with a trailer. Loudon is about 5 hours away Dover is about 4 hours away Watkins Glen is just over 5 hours away Pocono is about 3 hours away Richmond is about 6.5 hours away Pocono and Dover are the closest to us so that favors into our decision but if another track offers a better experience for us than we are open to that too. Any suggestions for us?
cm11599ps 02/01/15 09:20pm Around the Campfire
Odetah Campground

My brother and our parents each have campers and they like to go away together. Last year it was Lake George RV Park and we had a blast. My brother and his wife are 41 and the boys are 7 and 5. Our parents are mid 60's. We were considering Knoebel's this year but were concerned that our parents would get bored. Is there anything else in the surrounding area that's interesting for them? We were also consdiering Odetah and Strawberry Park but are leaning towards Odetah. I know our parents would enjoy hitting the casinos one or two days so everything wasn't kiddie oriented. What are some good sites at Odetah? We're looking for full hookups.
cm11599ps 01/25/15 07:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Knoebel's & Surrounding Area.....

I was more interested in the chocolate making part of Hershey due to the desire for the other amusement parks Knoebels and Dutch Wonderland. Any idea how long the chocolate making part of Hershey might take? Lake Glory is somewhat midway between Hershey/Dutch Wonderland and Pocono Raceway. What else is in the area? When we went to Lake George RV Park this past summer we went to Howe Cavarans. We'd be looking at that kind of attraction and perhaps a little fishing too.
cm11599ps 09/29/14 04:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cold Weather Camping Tips?

Thanks for the tips so for guys, I appreciate it and like the ideas. I'm not really too concerned about anything freezing when camping, my main concern was keeping the waste tanks and sewer line clean with a very limited fresh water supply.
cm11599ps 09/29/14 04:03pm General RVing Issues
Cold Weather Camping Tips?

They turn the water off at the campgrounds around here on November 1 and we've never camped after Halloween. This year we'd like to plan a guys weekend trip in November but we just have some concerns and questions. Sure, we can fill up with water at home before leaving but what's the best way to handle dumping and cleaning your tanks when there is no water at the park? Do we just do #1 in the camper toilet and get a portable toilet for #2? Do we just buy a cheap sewer hose for dumping and throw it away after our trip since we can't clean it as well as we normally would? Any other tips of suggestions?
cm11599ps 09/29/14 07:54am General RVing Issues
Knoebel's & Surrounding Area.....

We are trying to plan next summer's trip and I have an idea I wanted to run by everyone. My parents have a camper and they are mid 60's and I usually sleep on the air mattress if I go with them. My brother and sister-in-law are 40 and have a camper with two boys 7 & 5. All of us would go together in the campers. My sister and brother-in-law are 43 with a girl 11 and boys 6 & 4. They do not have a camper so if they vacation with us they'd need a rental cabin or similar. I was looking at Lake Glory campground with the full hookups as it's part of Knoebel's. My idea is to go in early August since NASCAR is in Pocono which looks to be jut over an hour from the campground. Herhsey Park looks to be about 80 minutes from the campground and Dutch Wonderland looks to be just under 2 hours from the campground. There's also Knoebel's itself. Does it seem feasible to hit all of this in one week? Is there anything else I should look at in the area?
cm11599ps 09/29/14 07:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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