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    Please excuse me, I'm a Dick. Not a moron just a Dick
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    I suppose others do, too, but when we traveled we had a "condo kit" in a large Rubbermaid "keeper" that contained everything we would likely need in a timeshare. The most important item was a decent frying pan, but I'm sure knives were included.
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    Never argue with the cook, you never know what you will get for your next meal.
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    Thank you Avery.

    We never cook other than breakfast, Only once we cooked Lobster in Maine. I ran out of the room, I hate seafood so I could not stick around to see if they had issues eating it
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    I'll be bringing one along next time!

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    Most of the time when we travel I bring fishing gear that includes a really nice fillet knife or two. These knives are razor sharp and very thin. I can slice tuna or salmon paper thin for sushi. So thin it is about see through. I always have a notice from TSA that they went through my stuff when I have fishing or scuba gear.

    We brought a rice cooker to Mexico and TSA disassembled it. I wasn't able to piece it back together and now we don't bring rice cookers in our checked bags anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grest View Post
    I'll be bringing one along next time!
    A knife or a Lobster ?

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    Being a Maine girl, I'd prefer lobster any day, but it is much less practical!

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    I married a Maine girl and we almost never eat lobster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyg View Post
    I married a Maine girl and we almost never eat lobster.
    We're in Florida now, and it's not easy to get a fresh Maine lobster...but when I get to Maine, look out! The best places, of course, are little spots in villages by the water with picnic tables...so fresh and yummy.

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    I always bring a good set of knives. I added a tonneau cover on my truck so I have an organized cargo compartment for kitchen utility that I could use in camping and fishing.

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