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Re: $3000/mo cruising budget

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There were a lot of days when I had fresh-grilled hot dogs for lunch. Hot dogs are dirt cheap, and really tasted great with chopped Vidalia onion, sweet pickled relish, a slice of American cheese wrapped around it and some yellow mustard. Hotdog rolls were always on sale at the grocery store. I also used the hotdog rolls for Italian sausage lunches as well.

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Sometimes the simplest food tastes the best after a long day on the water. Enjoyed a few hot dogs at a remote anchorage in Thailand tonight. After all the fresh fruit, veggies and hot local thai food, a good ol hot dog with yellow mustard, heinz relish, onions and jalapeno pepper's sure hit the spot. Tomorrow it will be back to fresh fish and locally grown veggies...
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