- Food takes longer to cook at high elevations.
- Propane stoves cook hotter than gas stoves.
- And no, this does not even things out.
- You can’t cook pinto beans in a crock pot here – they will not soften, no matter how many days you keep them in there.
- Contrary to popular belief (OK –mine), bears do not meditate in the woods.
- Just because you live surrounded by trees and forest land doesn’t mean you’ve seen the last of 100+ degree temperatures OR humidity.
- There are no street lights on mountain roads.
- There are trillions of night insects – and they are freakishly noisy.
- The Sierra Mountain dirt has ore in it, and it’s penetrating rust color does not wash out all the way.
- If you want the shelves stocked and your senior discount at the one and only market in town, you have to shop on Wednesdays.
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Hahah! These are great. How many days did you leave the pinto beans in for?
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