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The video is must-watch TV: Swedish Torch
I know you don't need any convincing, but think about how this is going to revolutionize our afternoon tea fires and Matzah ball lunch stops. Instead of gathering a bunch of wood (large, small and Squaw wood), then building a big fire to generate coals, letting it burn down, setting up the grate and then maintaining the fire at cooking level all in the middle of the day . . . we split one log and fire up Paul Bunyon's Stogie.
All those opposed...?
Good, because we already bought it.
If you need anything more to get you in the right frame of mind for the Fall trip, check out one of the books we're reading off the RRCC bookshelves.
[Notice him shaving with his ax]
Also want to mention that Goodbye to a River is now available as an audio book which adds a really interesting twist. It's amazing how you hear something new by listening to someone else read it, even after reading it seventy times before. And the narrator seems pretty legit.
We are just under a month away, which is the perfect amount of time and perfect time of year to hear the whole thing on your way to work and back. But I'm warning you, it will make you start looking at maps and river gauges and drinking your whiskey in enamel cups with honey and lemon a month early, too.