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    It's not really any harder than healthy eating at home, just plan it out early, if you wait till last minute you just throw the first thing you see into the cart. Do a little prep work at home also, cut things up, maybe cook the whole thing so all you do at camp is re heat.

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    What's your bitch with Rays Tavern?

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    High protein energy bars. Durable fruit (not watermelon, bananas, or raspberries), trail mix, beef jerky, dried pineapple, dried banana chips, cashews, and horehound drops if I'm feeling saucy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    High protein energy bars. Durable fruit (not watermelon, bananas, or raspberries), trail mix, beef jerky, dried pineapple, dried banana chips, cashews, and horehound drops if I'm feeling saucy.
    Watermelon in the Subway - BEST EVER!

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