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End of trip.end of $$$$
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End of trip.end of $$$$
A reasonable excuse. Have I missed a thread that tells more ? If not, where from and when ?

I once did 400nms on a 26'er one other person on tinned tomatoes and pasta but at least tinned tomatoes are more liquid than PB. That was in my 20s, I doubt I could do that today.

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what does rotfmao translate to?
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oh,ok,they say laughing is healthy.glad to help.
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Re: provisioning for a 400 mile passage..

i dont plan on buying pb.....watermelon, pizza, peaches, whatever good fruits are available, and whatever we want besides the 3 extra large pizzas...candy, chocolate, something to drink--sodas sometimes, and lots of water. coffee and chocolate, cream and sugar(unrefined)...
i already have so much rice n beans i need not buy more until 2015, even if i consumed some daily until then.


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i dont plan on buying pb.....watermelon, pizza, peaches, whatever good fruits are available, and whatever we want besides the 3 extra large pizzas...candy, chocolate, something to drink--sodas sometimes, and lots of water. coffee and chocolate, cream and sugar(unrefined)...
i already have so much rice n beans i need not buy more until 2015, even if i consumed some daily until then.
Fruit is good but peaches take a bit of a hiding on board. Unless it is cold I don't drink a lot of coffee at sea but tea yes and I do like to carry the odd fruit cake (no I don't mean my lovely Wombet though she be a tadge nutty ).

Bacon sandwiches are good too. Easy to throw together, filling and tasty.

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