CASG 11

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  1. flivver

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    My 1880's backpacking stove and Arch's Jewel W11 army stove 2018-09-15 15.19.18.jpg
     
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    That Handy Chef looks like my PW #4. I would have brought my Coleman 1 if I had gone to have you guys evaluate. Thank you for sharing.
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    I did bring my Coleman #1. My 1917 Coleman Air-o-Lantern is behind it with Arch in the background studying his perfect flame.

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    My camp. Mrs. Flivver on left and my Coleman Speed Master hiding in front of empty chair. 2018-09-14 08.51.50.jpg
     
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    Arch and daughter, (daughter on left)

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    More pictures to come when I get more time. Mike...
     
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    Mike, did you have the same campsite as last year?
    Nice photos.
     
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    One space past it . Our normal space is #19 this one is #21. Mike...
     
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    Mrs. Flivver relaxing in the shade.

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    My 1940 Coleman 500 Speedmaster brewing morning tea.

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    My 1917 Coleman Air-O-Lantern. See built in reflector to right side of globe.

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    The 1917 Coleman Air-O-Lantern at work. (with Q99 generator and repro. correct style mica globe.) The reflector is facing camera as when turned around it blinded everybody.

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    Good Morning, @flivver , @ArchMc , and All,

    Fun photos!! Sure wish we could have been there to join in the fun! When I was heading to my Mom's place, on Friday, I passed right by the Essex Rd. off-ramp, and gave a quick though about driving up to say, "Hi"! But, in truth, I couldn't afford to spend the hour drive there, and hour drive back, without shorting Mom for an afternoon together. So, valor won out over desire, and I kept driving. Thanks to you both for sharing photos of CASG #11. Since we've all camped there together many times, in the past, it's easy to recognize the campsite, and feel the true flavor of being there!!! Oh, well...... guess CASG #12 will be happening, when I can arrange to make it happen!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
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    Our official CASG camp mascot. Clayton, who is named after a stove of course. My old "Clayton & Lambert model #3" , now owned by Doc. Clayton has replaced our late long time CASG mascott beloved Furry Flivver :AKA Charlie

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    Great post, keep the pictures coming. They give a great overview of the scene of action. We could do with some of that sunshine and heat here ...
     
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    Repo pup would have been all over Clayton this year. Tables would have been turned.
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    Hi Duane. I am afraid you are right. Clayton is the same size as last year, he would have a huge weight disadvantage. Mike
     
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    Arch, Laurel and Mrs. Flivver

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    Fine photos of fine people.