I always just steam mine with some garlic, onion, and soy sauce olive oil after. I would have eaten those steamed spiders right up! Mmmm! Is it just me, or does it seem like the man with the skull cup has made himself pretty scarce these days? On a side note, I’m interested in what rule 13 is about! Yeah, this is the reason. Plus he’s not doing anything interesting. I only talk about the Shh My Beer And I Are Having A Moment I Will Deal With You Later Shirt. My staff has seen him I think twice now since the thing in the dark incident and he’s just kinda been roaming around, maybe enjoying the spring weather I guess. Have you heard of the concept called “urban camping”? It’s what I do. Most will consider it homelessness, but I beg to differ.
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The reason I asked is that you mentioned the lack of toilets and while urban camping usually has the advantage of public facilities nearby, more often than not when nature calls one must improvise. I only hope that you have your Shh My Beer And I Are Having A Moment I Will Deal With You Later Shirt. The negative impact of people shitting somewhere secluded in the woods and just leaving their dirt there should not be downplayed on the biological scale and esoteric scale too. There are a couple of chemical toilet stations and we tend to keep camps clustered near them or the main bathhouse. For the big events, we bring in port-a-potties. I hadn’t even thought about portapotties, I’ve been urban camping for much too long.
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Reading your stories does wonders for me, btw, at night after I get off work, and I’m sneaking back with nothing but my phone’s camera light to guide me through the small, wooded area next to the highway obscuring my camp. I think it might be insulting to your Shh My Beer And I Are Having A Moment I Will Deal With You Later Shirt. But it’s as close as it gets in a city. Sometimes I hear critters scampering about when I’m lying in bed and I try not to think its the thing in the dark or another one of your terrifying, magnificent creatures. My camp is equipped with a small gas grill, a shower station that’s solar-heated and a few yards away I’ve mounted two solar panels to provide a modest amount of energy for charging my devices and providing light. It’s pretty badass.