Wolffarmer wrote:And unfortunately so many people like to toss their "paper plates" into the communal campfire after they finish. Not that I mind that if they are really paper and not plastic coated. So you get a face full of burning plastic for a moment or two. And often there are people cooking hot dogs or marshmallows.
tony.latham wrote:I'm surprised by this disdain for paper plates. PP=much less clean up and dishwater. (This thread is about downsizing).
Wolffarmer wrote:I just pick up some correll type plates at the 2nd hand store. They work very well and it doesn't really take much to wash them. Do not take up much room and always ready to go.
jstrubberg wrote:The more stuff you have, the more time you spend taking care of your stuff.
Wish I had learned that lesson at a younger age.
capnTelescope wrote:I don't take the "Easy-Up" unless I'm staying for a few days. They aren't as easy as they would have you believe. They are nice if it rains or shade is lacking.
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