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  1. #11
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    My first excursions into the Park as a teenager were fueled by my grandmother's ham sandwiches and moon pies...vacuumed pack tuna salad makings do pretty good streamside....when I am out in the fall on my annual "buddy" trip its a zip lock back of fried chicken gizzards and a power bar or two...have been known to catch trout with a chicken leg in my mouth.

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    Wallmart has this wonderful 'Great Value Indulgent Trail Mix', it's so good we eat it at home, I throw a bag of that and a few bottles of water in my back pack and I'm good for all day along the streams.
    Tad

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    pimento cheese sammie or peanut butter and honey

    otherwise quick and fast powerbar, candybar, or granola bar

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    Cold Beer and Fried Chicken..... It is easy to carry in a boat, and tastes good

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    During the warmer months my buddy and I have been known to drop off a few adult beverages in the stream in strategic locations for the hike out...on more than one occasion we have been asked by observing backpackers if there were anymore where ours had come from.

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    I usually have Lance crackers, dried fruit (pineapple is my favorite), and one of the Starkist kits (tuna, mayo, relish, & crackers). My hydration bladder is 100 oz and I also carry my Katadyn water filter...and there is usually a good microbrew in the cooler waiting for me.

    Chris

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    A Bolagna Biscuit or Sausage Biscuit wrapped in wax paper is also very tasty.

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    What no MRE's? God how I just love my MRE's.

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    Country ham and biscuit is my favorite, if I'm packing buscuits. I've found some trail mixes at Trader Joes that I've taken a shine to. Usually though, it's peanut butter and crackers and jerky. Recently bought a thermos for my coffee...loves me some coffee on the river.

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