2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

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  1. aaronu

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    Probably would. I was thinking to buy a paver stone or cheap bbq to keep stuff off the ground. Or maybe one of them Grilliput fire bowls.
     
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    My chili isn't that spicy, if Sneenyguy's sensitive tummy can handle it, I imagine you can too.

    There's a Lowes Grocery store in town with most of the vittles you could want.
    As far as whiskey availability...
    this is Texas.
     
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    Thanks Shnick, good to know. Always happy to try stuff but I'm still filing this under "famous last words"

    As for whiskey -- that's what I'm afraid of. Bwahahahha

    Just kidding, I got to try out some Garrison Brothers, I think it was Cowboy Bourbon. It was the second most I ever paid for a shot of whiskey, the most being a pour of vintage Pappy Van Winkle's.

    Also a fan of Ranger Creek, the .36 is pretty awesome in my book. .44 Rye not bad either, and I haven't tried the Rimfire.

    The point was to bring something that ain't on the shelf in TX. Maybe supply evidence that there is such a thing as decent west coast booze. As in, from outside of Texas but worth trying out nonetheless.

    If I do get a bottle of the new Woodinville Whiskey stuff or a couple 22's of northwest microbrews (maybe if Skookum or Black Raven has anything bottled) I am sure someone there would appreciate sampling the evidence. Then again nothing wrong with showing up with some Ranger Creek I spose.
     
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    Not looking good for me to be able to make it. Still a chance, but it is potentially slim... I should really see about more outdoor event friendly employment....

    Edit: It's official, I'm out. Manager contacted me today about a job... Oh well, one day...
     
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    Quick question: how does the schedule work? Is there usually a couple different classes going on at once? Or is all 80ish people going to be attending each class?

    Like for a specific example, the spoon carving class. Is there going to be other things going on at the same time?
     
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    I don't want a schedule. I want the unexpected!
    I have lived in Texas my whole life.
    I will arrive in SanSaba, with a hungry appetite for an arrival of a Bigfoot!
    Should be a GREAT time!
     
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    Arrive with no expectations ............................unless we need women from the Yellow Rose !
     
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    I figured classes are wherever @Jeffro is, and maybe cooking classes wherever @Shnick goes.

    As for bigfoot -- I believe @BigDaddyHoss will be there.
     
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