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    Food Camp Cook dot Com

    I was doing a little research on Teardrop trailers and stumbled across a web site that many of us in Moto Campers might find interesting. It is http://camp-cook.com/forum/index.php. Granted, this site is mostly used by people who have more space to carry cooking tools in RVs and trailers, but you might find something useful.

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    I've been subscribing to Joannes forum for quite some time now. They've got some good recipes on their Dutch Oven page ... Not to mention other interesting articles. ...

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    I've done so much with so little for so long ... Now I can do nearly anything with almost nothing.

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    Hi guys!

    I just stumbled across this thread. I am Joanne and I started the camp-cook website. I'm glad that you found it to be a useful site. We have a lot of recipes that you might find tasty.

    What most folks don't know is that in addition to camp cooking, I am an avid rider (or is that rabid rider?). I have a KLR-650, Road King, and a Concours 14. I'm looking forward to doing a bit of bike camping if I can find the time between my other activities. A lot of my weekends are taken up teaching folks to ride (MSF Rider Coach).

    Anyway, I thought I would say "Hi".

    Joanne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    Hi guys!

    I just stumbled across this thread. I am Joanne and I started the camp-cook website. I'm glad that you found it to be a useful site. We have a lot of recipes that you might find tasty.

    What most folks don't know is that in addition to camp cooking, I am an avid rider (or is that rabid rider?). I have a KLR-650, Road King, and a Concours 14. I'm looking forward to doing a bit of bike camping if I can find the time between my other activities. A lot of my weekends are taken up teaching folks to ride (MSF Rider Coach).

    Anyway, I thought I would say "Hi".

    Joanne
    back at ya Joanne ... Sounds like you are one busy gal. Good on you for doing the teaching thing.
    Feel free to send along a D.O. recipe or two, here on the forum once in a while ...We'd all enjoy it.

    G

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    Welcome to the site Joanne. Your site has a wealth of info as well! Looks like you have a great selection of bikes to ride, and thanks for being a rider coach!
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    Welcome to the site Joanne! I have been checking out some of your recipes just like others on this forum. Thanks for the hints and helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    Hi guys!

    I just stumbled across this thread. I am Joanne and I started the camp-cook website. I'm glad that you found it to be a useful site. We have a lot of recipes that you might find tasty.

    What most folks don't know is that in addition to camp cooking, I am an avid rider (or is that rabid rider?). I have a KLR-650, Road King, and a Concours 14. I'm looking forward to doing a bit of bike camping if I can find the time between my other activities. A lot of my weekends are taken up teaching folks to ride (MSF Rider Coach).

    Anyway, I thought I would say "Hi".

    Joanne
    Joanne,

    Registered to join your site tonight, I like what I've seen.

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    Welcome to the site Joanne.

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    hey, Joanne, stick yur nose in that other thread, "Are there any female moto-campers?" Let'em all know you can do it ALL!

    Good on ya,

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    Welcome Joanne!
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