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Eggs shine in below zero temps! (LOTS of pictures)
<p />Back from a highly relaxing camping trip in the "almost heaven" mountains of West Virginia. We spent 3 relaxing nights up in the Allegheny Mountains on Gandy Creek, in East central WV. Two nights the temps hit 5 below, and one of those was windy, but we were prepared, and a good time was had by all. The large and medium eggs were burning the entire time. There was no official "lunch" or "dinner", I just kept hot food coming off continuously. The biggest hits were the Mrs. Smiths Apple Crumb Pie with whipped cream, and the cinnamon rolls in the morning.[p]Now, for the rest of the story in pictures.[p][p]The surrounding area is breathtakingly gorgeous....and much different than suburban Washington DC![p][p]While we did not have lamb, this one looked especially tasty.[p][p]We camped right along the mostly frozen Gandy Creek, which draines the highlands near Spruce Knob (the Highest point in WV)[p][p]Bringing the canopy we use at competitions was a great decision. The side panels were especially handy for blocking the cold wind. The eggs kept it slightly warmer than outside![p][p]Chicken was one of the things that helped keep us warm.[p][p]Possibly the biggest hit was pilsbury "Grands" cinnamon rolls on the cold mornings.[p][p]Maple sausages came off right after the cinnamon rolls vanished.[p][p]The ribs cooked for 4 hours while we four wheeled around on the snowy roads.[p][p]Charred some peppers for some chili (made with rib tips, and swamp venom chicken)[p][p]The chili warmed us to the bones.[p][p]The grilled Mexican cheese was amazing. Thanks for the inspiration MikeO. Not as gooey as provolone. Just soft inside.[p][p]Can you say "happy campers??"[p][p]Staying warm was a little work, but we were toasty.[p][p]All in all, a time to remember. And, like the Big Green Eggs, we were not phazed by the cold.[p]Hope everyone had a great weekend....now it's back to work![p]Warm beverages to yall.