[Sca-cooks] Trailers was Looking for a Fire pit

Linda Peterson mirhaxa at morktorn.com
Tue May 5 12:04:33 PDT 2009


A lot depends on what your sites are like. If you are camping (even only 
for a weekend) on ground that has all the charm of a gravel parking lot 
with a few prickly bushes around the edge, and are on the edge of the 
triangle that marks the highest incidence of sun related skin cancer in 
the country you take a lot of stuff. Carpets, shade pavillions, water, 
chairs, food chests, clothes layers to deal with 95 days and 40 degree 
nights, as much for ambiance as comfort. We'll drive 600 miles for a 
weekend event; if it's only one day it's only fighter practice.
 	Mirhaxa  ;)
   mirhaxa at morktorn.com


On Sun, 3 May 2009, Johnna Holloway wrote:

> And there are a number of people that stay with the smaller vehicle all along
> and drive at most a Cr-V or even the hybrid civic to events to save on gas. 
> There are also
> a number of people that attend events via public transportation, because they 
> don't own cars.
> If one isn't attending a war, how much stuff must be taken for a day event?
> Doesn't this idea of more stuff and larger cars scare off potential members? 
> What do
> people do outside the United States and Canada?
>
> Johnnae
>


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