2010 Spring Megadive Thread

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OMG David, my sides are aching after reading that...thats hysterical!!!!!

BUT!!!! There is a new mix in town. Do a google on Tactical Nuclear Penguin by BrewDog Brewery in Scottland -- at 32% alcohol by volume content. That wasnt a typo.
 

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David, that was hilarious! Thanks for the laughs!
 

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Food list....
Brewone0to- Several cold salads (brocolli salad & coleslaw) 2 pkg hot dogs & buns, chips & salsa, eggs, bacon, assorted drinks


Cardzard - 1 case of sodas, 2 packs of hot dogs and buns, tub of Potatoe salad, case of water, usual breakfast stuff, Galaxy dive stuff

Tao of the Dive - 2 18 ct. eggs, few 2 litre sodas, chicken breasts to smoke :hippy:

Scuba Jenny & Hermit Crab - S'mores fixins, couple pounds fried n crumbled bacon for brekky, something sweet for Sat. dinner. Coffee and creamer, and if I can find the piece, a coffee pot.

Poor college students- cases of beer hamburgers and buns

Baby duck drop off to Jean- for paper towels, solo cups, and plastic forks/knives/spoons

Joyce n Mikey- customary eggs for breakfast, along with those tremendous MegaMuffins that Costco is so famous for, some margarine, as well as a couple of gallons of orange juice. We'll also have a couple of their yummy rotisserie chickens, good for picking anytime of day, or for Saturday's dinner.

scubafool inc-some firewood; shredded cheese, mushrooms, black olives, ziploc bags, propane tank, burner, and large pot, all for MegaOmelets; hot dogs and buns.

jeandiver-chips and brats (didn't know she had acquired multiple children, but just goes to show)

Kilted Ken -2x Scubaboard.com banners, the Rum Tote, a 20x20 pavillion, and some ice chests. He said he would also bring his Brinkmann Smoker/Grill for the food if needed.


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Slight change of plans. I'm no ;longer bringing the boston butts. Just too time consuming for a fun weekend. But bringing some chicken breasts to smoke for Friday night, and can help cook the burgers and stuff for the big meal.
 

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Those chicken breasts tough to roll? :hippy:
 
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It's all in how ya flatten 'em before rolling...
 

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Jenny, just a quick question, since you've been updating the provisions list.

Baby duck drop off to Jean- for paper towels, solo cups, and plastic forks/knives/spoons

Do you know if there were plates in that drop-off?
 

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I went back as far as page 20 and did not see any reference to plates. Jean, do we need plates?
 

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Brewone0to & Shelli- coleslaw, INDUSTRIAL SIZE Can of Baked Beans, 24 ct PKG hot dogs & buns, salsa, eggs, Chili for hot dogs , assorted drinks


Cardzard - 1 case of sodas, 2 packs of hot dogs and buns, tub of Potatoe salad, case of water, usual breakfast stuff, Galaxy dive stuff

Tao of the Dive - 2 18 ct. eggs, few 2 litre sodas, chicken breasts to smoke

Scuba Jenny & Hermit Crab - S'mores fixins, couple pounds fried n crumbled bacon for brekky, something sweet for Sat. dinner. Coffee and creamer, and if I can find the piece, a coffee pot.

Poor college students- cases of beer hamburgers and buns

Baby duck drop off to Jean- for paper towels, solo cups, and plastic forks/knives/spoons

Joyce n Mikey- customary eggs for breakfast, along with those tremendous MegaMuffins that Costco is so famous for, some margarine, as well as a couple of gallons of orange juice. We'll also have a couple of their yummy rotisserie chickens, good for picking anytime of day, or for Saturday's dinner.

scubafool inc-some firewood; shredded cheese, mushrooms, black olives, ziploc bags, propane tank, burner, and large pot, all for MegaOmelets; hot dogs and buns.

jeandiver-chips and brats (didn't know she had acquired multiple children, but just goes to show)

Kilted Ken -2x Scubaboard.com banners, the Rum Tote, a 20x20 pavillion, and some ice chests. He said he would also bring his Brinkmann Smoker/Grill for the food if needed.


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