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    pintrest has a bunch of homemade household stuff.. you could get into that and testing them!
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    Argh People! This is the LCHF Thread. If you want to have a Super Secret Pancake Project, start your own thread!

    Sorry, rant over. craving pancakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    Argh People! This is the LCHF Thread. If you want to have a Super Secret Pancake Project, start your own thread!

    Sorry, rant over. craving pancakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    Celebrate Pancake Day with a Healthy Recipe

    about pancake day and a recipe (low carb!)
    Now, I want to try this.
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    Tyranny!!! Stop this pancake talk!
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    I'll skip the pancake talk, although I have an awesome grain free coconut flour pancake recipe... *zippingitrightnow*

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    Never even heard of it?
    Geocaching is like treasure hunting! You get coordinates for a cashe and then hunt it out and see if you can find it. And when you find one, I believe coordinates for a second site are given. I'd have to research it a bit more, but it sounds like a fun thing to do with kids. Your kids are at an age where it would probably be a lot of fun! Plus, it's primal b/c it's play, slow movement, and SUN all in one!!

    yeah, gonna have to google the specifics and pick this up with my kids this summer.
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    Also, with geocaching, sometimes there is a "treasure" for you and you put one in for the next person.
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    Geocaching is a lot of fun! You can do it on a smart phone and downloading the app (9.99) or you can do it by a GPS unit and going onto the website and printing off the caches that you are interested in and then manually putting in the coordinates.

    It was first developed as a tool to teach kids how to learn how to use GPS units, and then adults kind of took it over. If you happen upon a large cache there will be trade items and then general rule is that if you take something out, you put something in (I usually do scratch of loto tickets, but I've come across gift cards, hand sanitizer, bandaids, kids toys, etc)

    Another aspect of geo caching is a concept called "cache in, trash out" and generally speaking if you come across trash along the way, you pick it up and take it out of the park.

    It is a GREAT kid activity! I tend to favor the ones that are hidden within metro or county parks as you tend to get in more hiking, not to mention a lot of the time you are jumping over logs, crawling in the dirt, etc. Its fun!

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    ok, this thread moves really fast, so you guys must have missed it, but I linked to their website on the last page of the thread (page 105).

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    My kids and I are SO going to do this! What fun! There are 9,000 hits for my zip code alone! Surely they're not all in town, but could be. The first one is so close to our house.
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