Overbooked

overbook: transitive verb: to issue reservations for (as an airplane flight - or in our case, items to be accomplished) in excess of the space available.

similar words: over committed, over optimistic, stretched too thin, squeezed.

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    plumbing

    Charcoal is a source of fire we can used this to cooked and I don't see any matter eating a pizza from charcoal thus, this look so delicious.

    outdoor camp stoves

    Thanks for a good belly laugh. They say laughter is good for your health but I don't think your food preparation results would be!I probably laughed because it brought back some wonderful memories of threading bacon on sticks to cook it over the camp fire when our pans were left in their box at home.Don't try it.We nearly started a forest fire. Not a laughing matter..
    Lists and checking them twice before leaving home helped us enjoy many real"camp fire" cooked meals. I recommend it to anyone.

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