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Re: [RC] Eating in Ride Camp - Becky Rohwer

In the long run I may cost you less to go buy a two burner propane stove.  Not everything in endurance has to be pricy.
Becky R. - Montana 
-------Original Message-------
Date: 09/30/04 14:03:59
Subject: [RC] Eating in Ride Camp
I don't know how many people go to the races without hot food or a cook, but
if ride management doesn't provide a meal on Friday night, I don't  have a
way to cook in camp.  Just discovered:
AlpineAire Foods "Inferno Self-heating" meals. (www.tyry.com) They are fully
cooked and require no outside heat source to make them hot.  You just pull
the activation strap, and in 15 min., the meal is hot.
A bit pricey at $7.99, but in endurance, what isn't?
"May the Horse be with you"
>From: "Kathy Copeland" <ponyup1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: "ridecamp" <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [RC]   Flies and Eating
>Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 12:36:54 -0700
>Well I have used the fly predators for years and they work great.  As
>eating on a ride, well we tried all that healthy stuff and just couldn't
>take it so we went back to our Coca Cola and Snickers or some kind of
>chocolate bar at the vet check.  It works great for us and we figure it
>our primary driving force to get there.  We do drink PowerAde on the
>and emergen-C if we think we need it.  Hey if they feed us cheeseburgers
>fries at the vet checks we would eat that too.
>Team Slow Poke
>Kathy Copeland
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