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post #1 of 8 Old 04-19-2014, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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usually i eat honey buns for breakfast and lunch then dinner i like to have a real meal. but when i am on a trip i am on a freakin trip and i got miles to put on so easy is best.

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Cook breakfast and coffee in camp, and eat something like cheese and crackers, or nachos for supper.
I am frugal....read cheap!
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Well, it hasn't rained much here and it's planting season, so the last time I rode I ate a course of limestone dust off the road complemented by the subtle ambience of more than a few whiffs of anyhdrous ammonia along with whatever particulates were being blown off the fields; probably a mixture of fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides. Certainly not an "organic meal" by any means......

Other than that, I'm a creature of habit and 9 times out of 10 if I stop to get something to eat, it's a Processed Meat Dowel (one of those big Slim Jims, Tabasco-flavored) and a bag of hot and spicy peanuts.



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Well, it hasn't rained much here and it's planting season, so the last time I rode I ate a course of limestone dust off the road complemented by the subtle ambience of more than a few whiffs of anyhdrous ammonia along with whatever particulates were being blown off the fields; probably a mixture of fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides. Certainly not an "organic meal" by any means......

Other than that, I'm a creature of habit and 9 times out of 10 if I stop to get something to eat, it's a Processed Meat Dowel (one of those big Slim Jims, Tabasco-flavored) and a bag of hot and spicy peanuts.
i wouldnt want to ride behind you on a trip


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i wouldnt want to ride behind you on a trip

That would explain a lot. Every time I've been on a group ride everybody's way ahead of me. Every time. Always figured I was just always the worst and slowest rider of the bunch.......



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Depending on the time of the year, fish can be caught...or eggs from local hen house (or the hen?). Berries, tree nuts, poke salad, ramps, shrooms.







Or McDonalds, LOL!

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