Discussion in 'Events & Meets' started by flivver, Feb 9, 2018.
My 1880's backpacking stove and Arch's Jewel W11 army stove
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.
I did bring my Coleman #1. My 1917 Coleman Air-o-Lantern is behind it with Arch in the background studying his perfect flame.
My camp. Mrs. Flivver on left and my Coleman Speed Master hiding in front of empty chair.
Arch and daughter, (daughter on left)
More pictures to come when I get more time. Mike...
Mike, did you have the same campsite as last year?
One space past it . Our normal space is #19 this one is #21. Mike...
Mrs. Flivver relaxing in the shade.
My 1940 Coleman 500 Speedmaster brewing morning tea.
My 1917 Coleman Air-O-Lantern. See built in reflector to right side of globe.
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.
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,
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
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 ...
Repo pup would have been all over Clayton this year. Tables would have been turned.
Hi Duane. I am afraid you are right. Clayton is the same size as last year, he would have a huge weight disadvantage. Mike
Arch, Laurel and Mrs. Flivver
Fine photos of fine people.
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