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Old 03-27-2015, 10:26 PM   #121
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Here's another one to consider, as long as you don't want it this season ( sold out ). Anyway Lee Valley Tools is a great source for all sorts of tools and hardware.
Folding Aluminum Table - Lee Valley Tools

And, then there is the Broadstone folding camp table at Canadian Tire ( or US equivalent ).

http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/search...e&q=camp+table
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Old 03-27-2015, 10:32 PM   #122
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Here's another one to consider, as long as you don't want it this season ( sold out ). Anyway Lee Valley Tools is a great source for all sorts of tools and hardware.
Folding Aluminum Table - Lee Valley Tools
That is the table I bought two years ago. We are very happy with ours.
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Where did you get the table. I need to get one.
It's a Table in a bag, aluminum. Got it on Amazon.
http://www.amazon.com/Table-Bag-TA27...table+in+a+bag
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Just fired up the shiny new Spitfire Grill. Works great!
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Yea, that shiny grill looks pretty good siting on that spanking new table next to the sparkling new f150 and Escape! The glare of the sun off of all that new hardware is hurting my eyes. Where are my shades?
That was my first thought too. It is sooooo shiny.

I should take a photo of ours after a few years with lots of use. Not quite so shiny and pretty any more, but it still works great.
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'Past Tents' First Journey

Camped at Riverhaven RV Park on the Snake River west of Boise tonight. Beautiful view of the river and a nice grassy park with fire rings. Full hookups and shower house for 12 bucks a night (thank you Passport America). Crossed Oregon on US 20. There is NOTHING there between Bend and Vale. No wonder they call it the Oregon desert.

Now where the heck is my fishing pole?
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Looks like a great place with nice green grass. Even the trees are starting to get leaves again. Still pretty brown and barren around here.
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Old 03-28-2015, 10:36 PM   #127
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Wow, Marsing Idaho. Many lifetimes ago we lived in Nampa and know the area well....plan to get back there to visit old friends with our trailer, maybe not this summer, but soon....Karen
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Nice grill! That's what I spent part of my day doing today - researching grills. Love reading about your trip.
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Great pictures!
I have a Coleman propane stove, will it work with the quick connect option? I like your grill, almost hope the Coleman won't work with the quick connect!
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To the best of my recollection, you are in luck. It won't work with low pressure quick connect.
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