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  • May 28, 2012

    By: Admin

    Bob's in Longview, WA

    Bob’s was very different when Bob Sr. opened his doors to Bob’s Surplus in 1947.

    In 1947 Bob Schlecht Sr. “hitched” his way from Minot, ND to Longview, WA, by way of railcar roof-tops. He and his wife Lila, opened the original war surplus store in a small tent. Selling items such as Army Cots for $2.50, Canteens for 25 cents, and Wool Socks for 50 cents. The local women kept him s

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  • May 25, 2012

    By: Admin

    Bowfishing: Who Does This?

    Well, more and more folks everyday and from all walks of life. “Why”, is usually the next question? Well cause it is broke and needs fixin’.

    Carp was a good idea gone badly when our ancestors introduced this bony bottom feeding fish into the native fish habitats. The idea was a food source. The overtaking the waterways was not much of a concern or thought I’d imagine.

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  • May 24, 2012

    By: Admin

    Pumping Iron

    I went to go and donate blood yesterday. I love it and am able to do it a few times a year. Yesterday was a bit different because the phlebotomist told me what all my levels were. Maybe they always do this and I just blow it off, but yesterday I listened. She told me that my iron was 13.1. I asked her what normal was and she said for women it is around 12.1-15.0. Interesting. This led me to thi

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  • May 22, 2012

    By: Admin

    Rally on the Rocks + Photo Caption Contest

    Moab, Utah’s famous “Hell’s Revenge,” smoked pulled pork, and UTV’s… what a combination!

    We at Camp Chef have participated in the RALLY ON THE ROCKS for the past few years. We have always cooked for different groups and had great times with good people. This year we decided to take it notch higher.

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  • May 18, 2012

    By: Admin

    Grilled Tri-Tip Recipe

    For many, Memorial Day is the first large-group get-together of the Summer months. Grills and griddles are pulled out of storage, patio furniture is uncovered, and trailers are summerized. Being the first group gathering, some are hesitant to pull out their more flashy and complicated recipes fearing that they might have gotten rusty over the long cold winter months. Like major sports they feel

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  • May 16, 2012

    By: Admin

    Family Farm and Home

    Family Farm &  Home stores are located through out central and lower Michigan with 20 locations. These stores are just what the name implies.

    Recently our Camp Chef Representative completed store trainings. We pride ourselves at Camp Chef in that we are cooking experts and in that light, are eager to learn from our customers. During the training one of the Family Farm and Home em

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