The first thing that went wrong was when Charlie mixed the alfredo pasta and ravioli together. Then we realized we had no spoons or forks to eat the odd mixture with. We desperately searched the truck for any flat, round, or skinny tool that we could use as a transfer device for the food from the pot to our mouths... nut tools were the best thing we could come up with. The next day while cleaning a stubborn stopper I was curious as to why my nut tool smelled funny... and then I remembered. The ravioli mixture seemed to be the easiest thing we ate with those nut tools... oatmeal was pretty tough. So was rice. I think we found a fork in the bottom of the truck the last day we were there and "washed" it with Ray's (the dog) tounge, some beer, and dirty T-shirts. Then we all shared it. Yum.
City of Rocks, ID. Summer 06.
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