GC1XMXM (Let's Make S'mores!) -- A Social Event
Friday, September 17, 2010
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Crosby Farm Regional Park is named after Thomas Crosby, an English immigrant who staked out 160 acres in the valley southwest of the present-day junction of Shepard Road and Interstate 35E in 1858. Before Crosby's death in 1886, the farm became one of the largest and longest running in the West End and Highland Park area. A succession of families farmed it between 1902 and 1962. The Saint Paul Port Authority purchased the land in the early 1960s and leased it to the City for park use.
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Friday September 17, 2010
4:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Pavilion)
This event is organized by geocachers and open to all geocachers. Just like past events, I expect that there will be lots of geocaching conversation, stories, lies, jokes, food and fun.
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Where: Crosby Farm Regional Park
When: Friday, September 17th, 2010
Who: Any and all geocachers, their families, and friends are welcome to join us for a day and night of geocaching and socializing fun!
What does Crosby Farm Regional Park have to offer?
- 6.7 Miles of Trails
- Picnic Shelter
- Barbecue Grills
- Sheltered Fire Ring
- Boat Launch
- Watergate Marina
- 10:00 am: Early arrival and setup.
- 11:00 am: Socializing and Geocaching.
- 12:00 pm: Potluck lunch.
- 1:00 pm: Geocaching and Socializing.
- 4:00 pm: Pavilion is now available.
- 4:30 pm: Bar opens (sorry, just kidding).
- 5:00 pm: More Socializing, Geocaching, Eating.
- 6:00 pm: Potluck dinner.
- 7:00 pm: Let's Make S'mores!
- 8:00 pm: Door Prize Drawing.
- 10:00 pm: Party's over. See ya @ Cup of Joe!
General Event Info:
- We welcome everyone to join us for as long as you like.
- Bring a dish to share: dessert, salad, hot dish, whatever.
- Bring your own drinks, plates, cups and utensils.
- Come prepared for "changing" weather.
- Logs for the fire would be appreciated.
- Admission and parking is FREE!
- Items for the door prize drawing are appreciated.
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#1 Gather around a warm campfire with friends or family.
#2 Break a graham cracker into two halves. Place one quarter of a chocolate bar on one half of a graham cracker.
#3 Stick one large marshmallow on the end of a wire or clean stick. An unwound wire hanger works well.
#4 Hold your marshmallow several inches over the hot embers of the fire.
#5 Rotate the wire as the marshmallow cooks, allowing the marshmallow to become lightly browned all over.
#6 Place the browned marshmallow on top of the graham cracker and chocolate.
#7 Place the other half of the graham cracker on top of the marshmallow, creating a sandwich.
#8 While firmly holding the two graham crackers together, pull the wire out of the marshmallow.
#9 Wait about 30 seconds for the warm marshmallow to melt the chocolate.
#10 Eat the s'more after allowing it to cool. You'll want some more - so return to step two.
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