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Author Topic: 2007 Non-Rally at The Cove, October 12 thru 14th  (Read 39564 times)
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« on: September 18, 2007, 08:25:21 PM »

2007 Non-Rally

I thought I'd start a new thread to bring everything up to date.
old thread =
http://www.busconversions.com/bbs/index.php?topic=5282.0

Since the airstreamers who reserved the facilities first have offered to share them with us & eating together will allow more time for B.S. (bus stuff Grin) . . . . I’ve come up with a tenative non-schedule for the non-rally.

Friday:
6pm   Chicken & Dumplin’s  Spaghetti - We can keep this warm so the late arrivals will be able to have a hot meal as soon as they arrive. Cool

7pm   Auction to benefit The Cove –
The Local Airstream unit does this & we are invited to participate. If you’d like, you can donate something for them to auction off. In the past the items have been yard sale variety, some junk, but mostly good stuff  Smiley


Saturday:
8:00am      Airstreamers breakfast
8:30am      BusNuts breakfast – Pancakes & sausage

Lunch      Hamburgers –
         Patties – (Jon Morris)
         Buns – (Kyle Brandt)
         Condiments –
         Tomatoes –
         Lettuce –
         Chips -

6pm       BusNuts host dinner with Airstreamers
         "Speedies Chicken" grilled chicken on skewers from Upstate NY, Regular and BBQ.– (Jack Hart) 
         Potato salad –
         Cheese biscuits –
         Baked beans –
      Baked Potatoes – (Kyle Brandt) bring your favorite topping to share with others.

SMORES


Sunday:
8:00am    Airstreamers breakfast
8:30am      BusNuts breakfast – Pancakes & sausage
9:00am   Church service

Lunch      Leftovers


I’ll need a new headcount for those wanting to attend these meals so I can know how much to get. If you post here, it will be easier for me to keep up  Grin.

If you’d like to, please post here if you are planning to bring a side or desert.

There is no rally fee, so if you like you can make a donation to help offset the food costs.

For the meals, bring your own plates, utensils, cups & drinks – that will ease the burden in the kitchen  Grin

We are bringing board games & some crafts for the kids so they aren't too boored in the evenings.
P.S. bring your empty gallon milk jugs for a kid's craft.
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« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2007, 09:16:01 PM »

I'm gonna bring

- my charcol grill

- A case of Hamburgers

- as much ice as i can carry

- and 1 ice cold Beer for NCBob Grin

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« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2007, 10:07:45 PM »

Kyle,
Assign me what you would want us to bring, there will be two/three of us if Ash can come.  Looks like the temps will be a lot better this time.  Don't try to do all the expenses on your own now, we will bring what you ask and also a donation for things you did purchase for breakfast etc.
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« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2007, 05:15:10 AM »

Kyle (and all others), looks like ya'll are gonna have a ANOTHER great rally!  Sure we wish we could join ya'll. Maybe the next one.  Jack

PS: Kyle, see what happens when you host a great rally, people expect you to continue by doing more rallies and they will get bigger!
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« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2007, 05:41:07 AM »

Jack, that's why it's a Non-Rally -- I can't be blamed for how it turns out  Grin  Grin  Grin
Besides, I have GREAT friends that are willing to share their experiences of hosting big rallys - believe it or not, I was listening to all you & Paula had to say  Grin

Some days, there is no shortage of people telling me where to go Shocked

From the list of who is attending, It will be a GREAT time regardless of anything I do!

Gary, thanks watching out for me & for all your help - you know I need it  Grin 
My goal is to have a gathering where all in attendance can contribute as they can & no one is discouraged from attending due to fees or etc.

With the "schedule" we can sign-up when we get there to allow everyone who wants a chance in the kitchen  Grin
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« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2007, 05:50:08 AM »

Kyle,

Let me reconfirm our gang of four.

Put me down for the baked beans and as assistant Master pancake turner and sausage burner. Grin

It will help me keep out of trouble since I get up early......

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« Reply #6 on: September 19, 2007, 07:12:41 AM »



Kyle

confirm that my party of 2 will be there. looking forward to parking between cliff and bob. maybe jr behind and tom hamrick close by. will be a great  non-rally

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« Reply #7 on: September 19, 2007, 07:23:12 AM »

Kyle, confirming Dianne and me will be there with bells on!
Dianne will bring cakes...IF...she can get to the oven! lol
Looking forward to it!
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« Reply #8 on: September 19, 2007, 07:43:57 AM »

Kyle

  Mama will provide potato salad on sat night.Chilli and slaw for lunch on sat.

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« Reply #9 on: September 19, 2007, 07:53:30 AM »

Kyle,

You going to bring the Ice cream maker?

I know I am........ Tongue   That outta be tasty on Saturday afternoon!!!!!!

Unlce Ned,

Chili and slaw....I bring some dogs, buns and sour kraut too......Mmmmmmmmm!

Man, I may have to go to lunch early today.... Grin

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« Reply #10 on: September 19, 2007, 08:26:21 AM »

Kyle,

You going to bring the Ice cream maker?

I know I am........ Tongue   That outta be tasty on Saturday afternoon!!!!!!

Cliff

You don't think it will be too cold?  Shocked  We ain't in Florida, ya know, But I'm up for it if y'all are   Roll Eyes Smiley
I'll bring the churns - The kids enjoyed hand cranking it in July.
Anyone have a good mix for the ice cream? I have a 4qt & access to a 6qt churn.
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« Reply #11 on: September 19, 2007, 08:46:48 AM »

Kyle, this is a great recipe for cooked custard ice cream. The real old fashioned kind.

HOMEMADE ICE CREAM
Bowyer Family Recipe
Cooked Custard Vanilla Ice Cream
(Makes 6 quarts)

 
INGREDIENTS:
•   4- tablespoons flour
•   5- cups sugar
•   ½- teaspoon salt
•   8- eggs (large)
•   8 cups (2- quarts) whole milk
•   5- 12 oz cans evaporated milk
•   1- pint Heavy whipping cream
•   8- teaspoons vanilla
•   25-30 lbs ice
•   4-6 cups rock salt
•   4 quart double boiler
COOKING DIRECTIONS:
•   Mix flour, sugar and salt. (Make sure flour is well mixed into sugar to prevent lumps in ice cream). 
•   Stir in eggs, slightly beaten.
•   Stir in 6 cups whole milk, gradually. (reserve 2 cups for final fill of freezer)
•   Cook mixture in double boiler, (start with hot water), stirring constantly at first, until custard thickens slightly. (180-185 degrees). Custard will have curdled appearance, which will disappear in freezing.
•   Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature. Mixture may be placed in refrigerator to cool down overnight for faster freezing. (All ingredients may be placed in refrigerator overnight to cool).
FREEZING DIRECTIONS:
•   When cool, pour mixture into freezer can. (Contents should just cover top of beater bar)
•   Add evaporated milk.
•   Add Whipping Cream
•   Add vanilla.
•   Add strawberries or chocolate( if making flavored ice cream).
•   Freeze, adding layers of ice and then layer of rock salt until freezer can is full. Plug in freezer. When freezer stops (30-35 minutes), unplug motor, remove top and remove paddle.

•    Replace top, fill freezer with a mixture of ice and rock salt, cover with heavy towel, and let age for a couple of hours. Be sure and cover hole in top of cover to prevent salt from entering ice cream.

•   NOTES:
•   For Strawberry flavor, delete two cups of milk and add 24 ounce box of frozen sweetened strawberries, which have been thawed.
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•   For Chocolate, delete one cup of milk and add 1 cup of Hershey chocolate
•   
Retyped from original recipe and notes collected over 20 years including quadrupling original recipe and experiments with different mixtures. It is believed that the original recipe was included in a book included with the ice cream freezer. Richard Bowyer, Spencer, WV, 14 June 2001. rev. 060302

NOTE: I have used it as soon as the custard is cooked and is still hot. Just takes a little longer to freeze.

Richard
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« Reply #12 on: September 19, 2007, 09:08:48 AM »

You don't think it will be too cold?  Shocked  We ain't in Florida, ya know, But I'm up for it if y'all are   Roll Eyes Smiley

OK, I put my crack team of weather investigators on this and found that the average high is 73 on that weekend and as low as 49 in the Palmetto cove area.   I must admit there were a few anamolies that showed it as low as 31.  But in that remote circumstance we would just save on ice needed.

Not being one to leave anything to chance , we will bring our Florida winter clothes, if we can find were we put those sweat shirts.   Grin


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« Reply #13 on: September 19, 2007, 10:14:21 AM »

Kyle,
My wife is on a trip with her sisters that weekend so I will be by myself in the Eagle. I can bring anything you need or I can provide $$ to help with your expense. Either is fine with me. Still checking with the other coaches to see if they will be able to make it. Love to be in a coach caravan!!!
Hey Ned, you can bet I will be close by!  Smiley
 
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« Reply #14 on: September 20, 2007, 07:07:33 AM »

If all goes well, my wife and I (headcount of 2) are still planning to be there.  We can contribute to the costs and the wife will probably make a dessert thing of some kind.

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