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For those of you think that cruising is close to camping...Dinner tonight will be:

Barbecued pork chops on the grill with potatoes and fresh veg followed by...

Home made vanilla bean ice cream...

All prepared at anchor withing 400 yds of the Pacific end on the Panama Canal.

Of course it took about $10,000 worth of electrical generating equipment to make the ice cream!

Phil
 

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And wheres our invitation!!?


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Awesome! I lived aboard for 10 years and love to cook and eat. Nothing has changed since moving to land. Eat well, use real plates, and drink from glass!
 

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No hershey chocolate syrup?
 

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Hetshey's corn syrup chocolate colored topping? No! You can do better than that!
 

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See, advantages here from engine problems, lots of time for icecream making and whipped cream.
 

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Hetshey's corn syrup chocolate colored topping? No! You can do better than that!
No Whole Food Market to run down too. Must remember the soy latte Belgium chocolate flakes next time....
 

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Home made vanilla bean ice cream...

All prepared at anchor withing 400 yds of the Pacific end on the Panama Canal.

Of course it took about $10,000 worth of electrical generating equipment to make the ice cream!
If you're headed to the other side, a friend owns an ice cream bar in Punta Uva, CR.
 
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