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Old 06-06-2014   #11
Dillon, Colorado
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Weed cookies

PBR is good, but I go with the Keystone Light. Perfect raft beer IMO: Watery, so when you get hit with a wave you can't tell the difference if it gets water logged, goes down smooth all day, keeps you (relatively) hydrated, and you can drink enough of them that you get a real solid buzz but doesn't pack the punch to mess you up when the float is over. When I'm taking a break from that, you go with a nice refreshing Twisted Tea to mix things up.

A good cheese dip and some crackers is pretty solid, with some summer sausage to go with that.

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Old 06-09-2014   #12
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Elk jerky!!!

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Old 06-09-2014   #13
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Costco Jerky. Costco Trail Mix
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A couple of thick slices of summer sausage, 4 sea salt triscuits, 2 thick slices of good cheddar cheese and a gala apple. Pre sliced and packaged at breakfast, stored in cooler till someone is hungry. is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-12-2014   #15
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During the middle of the day I dig a can of mixed nuts - maybe a dash of habenero hot sauce...a green apple if i'm feeling guilty, and course a bunch of cheap ass beer.
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Boaters will eat old underwear with salsa. The best snack is one someone else carries and then hands me. I would eat a tin can if someone put salt on it.
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Clif bars and Clif Shot Blocks. The blocks are pretty waterproof and don't melt easily if you don't eat the whole pack.

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Old 06-17-2014   #19
Dipshit with the most.
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cheetos (the crunchy kind) and hummus. My kids came up with hit…surprise. But I have to say it's pretty tasty and hits the spot. That was lunch several times last fall on the MF. We actually had a little salami with it too most of the time. Whatever the kids will eat, we bring.
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Wraps! Tortilla doesnt get smashed like bread, spread favorite cream chz and sandwhich meat, lettuce done!

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