man camp | Jan 24-26
— 2nd annual outdoor excursion —
UPDATE: Menu Added Below
Who: Adult men welcome
What: Camping, waterskiing, shooting, loafing, eating, fishing, off-roading, exploration of local "Mud Canyon", worlds either largest or oldest cactus, red rock canyon on the other side of the lake!
When: Jan 24-26
Where: Alamo Lake (directions/map below)
Rendevous at Wayside; we’ll camp a mile north.
Theme: “Pray Like a Man”
Cost & Supplies:
Meals provided at no cost.
Bring water: 1 gallon water per-person, per day!
Tent camping is free. However, RV hook-up spots are available to purchase in the State park (about 8 miles from where the main group will be located). If so, make reservations ASAP. Snowbirds will take the bulk of those spaces.
Thursday Dinner @ 1800
This is the first organized camp meal and is BYO Meat. The grill will be set up to grill-your-own or Gary can help if you forgot your man card. Sides and dessert will be provided.
Friday Breakfast @ 0800
Western Scramble, Potatoes, Breakfast Meat, Fruit
Friday Lunch @ 1230
Creamy Grilled Chicken and Veggie Soup, Crackers, Bread/Butter
Friday Dinner @ 1800
Korean BBQ Man-wiches, Asian Slaw, Chips, Dessert
Saturday Breakfast @ 0800
Pancakes, Breakfast Meat, Fruit
Saturday Lunch @1230
Chicken Quesadillas, Tortilla Chips, Salsa
Coffee will be flowing each morning and through the day. Also, an assortment of savory and sweet snacks will be provided for in-between munchies.
*As in life, everything is subject to change.
Someone to pick up the grill from church.
Someone to pick up propane tanks.
Stoves/pots so we can get coffee made in the morning.
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Directions to Alamo Lake
GPS LOCATION: 34.258225, -113.486752
Note: turn on/off satellite mode in bottom-left.
Plan to fish? Be aware they no longer do a trout stamp. Now it’s a combo Hunt/fish license ($57.00 for 1 year / $15.00 per day). They can be purchased at many sporting goods stores and the Wal-mart sporting goods dept. The license must be in your possession (on your person) while fishing.
If you rarely camp and lack any supplies, we can probably arranger loaner gear. Ask before buying!
Let Tim know if anybody needs a ride so we can try to coordinate.
There is an electronic thrower we can use, so we recommend you bring a box of skeet if that’s your thing.
It will be dusty and scheduled to be cold. Bring a few layers.