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Old 04-30-2017, 06:37 PM   #1
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I see in their rules it says no Campfires. What about cooking with charcoal?
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Old 04-30-2017, 08:16 PM   #2
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I have done it before, no one stopped me. I think charcoal is okay, it's the campfires that are n issue. It is some what arid there.
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I have done it before, no one stopped me. I think charcoal is okay, it's the campfires that are n issue. It is some what arid there.
Thanks. I have a charcoal table so if I plan to do it I'll bring that along.
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It is some what arid there.


Yeah, but it's a dry heat...


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Thanks. I have a charcoal table so if I plan to do it I'll bring that along.
I used charcoal on a raised platform to prepare a Dutch oven dish a couple years ago. I checked with the office first & they were fine with it as long as I wasn't burning it on the bare ground.
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Great, if I do it, that's what I'll use. Depends on how much stuff I start packing- I may not want to lug the DO table along.
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The picnic table sits on a concrete pad that may be large enough for the DO table ( what ever that is? ).
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Great, if I do it, that's what I'll use. Depends on how much stuff I start packing- I may not want to lug the DO table along.
I always have a small one in the front box....just big enough for a single 12" oven. ... You can check it out a Maryhill - I'm sure Norma will be baking
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The picnic table sits on a concrete pad that may be large enough for the DO table ( what ever that is? ).
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I always have a small one in the front box....just big enough for a single 12" oven. ... You can check it out a Maryhill - I'm sure Norma will be baking
Looked it up. That may be a good thing to get- I like the Dutch oven table because I'm not cooking on the ground, but for trips like this I'd rather not bring along the extra weight.
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